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AJ:
My wife's trusty S110 died halfway through our vacation  :(
The electronics work fine but the lens won't retract.  Probably some sand in there or else it wore out.
We are looking for a replacement.
We liked the size and build of the S110 (pocketable)
We liked the 24-120 mm (equivalent) field-of-view
I liked f/2 at the short end.  It worked really well for low light.
Being able to shoot raw is a must.  Raw file compatibility with CS6 would be nice.
Suggestions?

Maximilian:
Hi AJ!

With these specs and if you're looking for Canon I'd take a look at the
G9 X Mark II (if size matters) or
G7 X Mark II (if you want the best lens)

I cannot say anything about CS6 compatibility.
If you are from the EU it might be interesting that both are in the German Summer cashback promo.

AJ:
Thanks Maximillian.  I will check those two out.

Orangutan:

--- Quote from: AJ on June 28, 2017, 01:44:03 PM ---My wife's trusty S110 died halfway through our vacation  :(
The electronics work fine but the lens won't retract.  Probably some sand in there or else it wore out.
We are looking for a replacement.
We liked the size and build of the S110 (pocketable)
We liked the 24-120 mm (equivalent) field-of-view
I liked f/2 at the short end.  It worked really well for low light.
Being able to shoot raw is a must.  Raw file compatibility with CS6 would be nice.
Suggestions?

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You can use the Adobe DNG converter to convert newer raw files to DNG, which will be compatible with CS6.

https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/adobe-dng-converter.html

kaihp:

--- Quote from: AJ on June 28, 2017, 01:44:03 PM ---My wife's trusty S110 died halfway through our vacation  :(
The electronics work fine but the lens won't retract.  Probably some sand in there or else it wore out.
We are looking for a replacement.
We liked the size and build of the S110 (pocketable)
We liked the 24-120 mm (equivalent) field-of-view
I liked f/2 at the short end.  It worked really well for low light.
Being able to shoot raw is a must.  Raw file compatibility with CS6 would be nice.
Suggestions?

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Check out if there is a Canon recall (product advisory) on this issue. My S100 had this issue, and I had it happen to me and got it fixed by Canon service for free.

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