CactusJuice wrote in post #15016963
When the S90 came out I thought "oh yeah I'm going to buy that"! But I never did. And each time the new model comes out I think "OK now I'm really going to upgrade this time". I never have though hahah. I'm still using my PowerShot SD700, because it just...works. BTW I bought this camera from Amazon in May 2006 for $499.
Anyway, this time...this time I will buy the S110. Really I will
Unless the SD700 is somehow better than my old SD1000, the S90 would have blown it away. I am barely an amateur photographer, and the difference was incredible. The sensor on that thing was horrible, resulting in high megapixel, but soft and noisy photos. The S90 was great. I upgraded to the S100 for the vastly improved low-light and HD video on day one, and it was worth the money.
I suggest the S100, since the difference in price for the S110 is not worth it in my opinion, unless you really want a white camera, or touchscreen.
The wifi feature on the S110 is intriguing, but I assume it will require the usage of proprietary Canon software. I prefer the plug-and-play aspect of my S100. I import my photos with iPhoto on my Mac. I can't imagine Canon somehow getting this wifi networking to work with iPhoto. I just pop out the SD card and put it in my MacBook.