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I have an S90, the predecessor of this camera, and I love it. It's a wonderful machine. I'm sure the S100 and S110 only improve on it. However, if you are in the market for a highly capable, very compact camera, be aware that there are some other outstanding competitors today. I was looking for the very best digital camera that I could easily put in a pocket, when I bought my Canon. It was very tempting to bend that "pocketable" requirement for a little more capability in another parameter, but my approach was that if it wouldn't easily go in my pocket, I might as well use a DSLR and get the greater speed and flexibility of a bigger camera with interchangeable lenses. So, keeping that in mind: if I were looking to buy a truly "pocketable" high-end camera today, I'd also look at the Fuji XF-1 and especially the Sony DSC-RX100, but not cameras like the Canon G15, which is a wonderful "compact" and in significant ways "better" than the S110 but won't fit in a normal pants pocket. The thing that is intriguing about the RX100 is that the sensor is much larger than the one in the S110. (The RX100 is also considerably more expensive, however.) Sensor size is a much more important driver of quality and versatility than the number of pixels. My advice is pay attention to sensor size and the lens; ignore megapixels. A great resource to help you decide is DPReview.com, a fount of all sorts of information on digital photography. Search "enthusiast zoom compact cameras" for their roundup of the entire field.Get your Panasonic Digital Power Alkaline Batteries Now!