The Canon S120 is here, and it seems Canon was listening to us when they made it. A followup to the Canon S110 which we reviewed in March of last year, the PowerShot S120 looks to answer at least half of our main concerns about the earlier model.
The 12.1-megapixel Canon S120 retains a pocket-friendly body very similar to that of its predecessor. As with that model, it’s aimed at enthusiasts who want a larger sensor than the typical compact, but who don’t need all the bells and whistles of a G-series camera. Changes include a new image sensor, brighter lens, faster DIGIC 6 image processor, higher-res LCD, refined Wi-Fi feature set, new battery pack, and slightly better battery life. The PowerShot S120 also has a brand new body with a dual-textured front panel, and a slightly smaller rear thumb grip.
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