Canon PowerShot G7 X
I replaced the PowerShot S110 with a Canon PowerShot G7 X in late 2014. The PowerShot G7 X features a much large 1″ type sensor and at 20.2 megapixels is light years ahead of the PowerShot S110, but with almost no physical size penalty. It also has a tilting touchscreen and Wifi, a fast (f/1.8-2.8) 24-100mm equivalent lens, and maintains the control ring introduced in the S90.
There is really only one reason I bought the PowerShot G7 X in the first place — my daughter. About to have a baby, I figured I could justify a hi-quality compact camera purchase for capturing those once in a lifetime moments that were about to happen. I haven’t been disappointed. The PowerShot G7 X has also been a great travel and back-country camera.
This is still my go-to camera when compactness is required. At the end of 2016 I was sorely tempted to upgrade to the PowerShot G7 X Mark II, but I told myself I would only buy the Mark II or the Canon EOS M5, but not both. I got the EOS M5.
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