|Image framed and captured perfectly, easily,|
with the Canon PowerShot Elph 110HS
Here lies not the mightiest of cameras, nor the most useful, nor the most helpful.
Here lies a camera so confounded, so hardwired for pure cussedness, that none shall mourn its passing save my enemies.
Behold it, ye, frozen in this perpetually obnoxious state: never willing to fully turn on, yet never able to fully retract.
It could take good pictures, if you had a tripod and five minutes, between the hours of 8 AM and 4 PM on a cloudless, sunny day. As a point-and-shoot it was a barely sufficient paperweight. It was known for missing crucial shots, for being unable to focus in macro mode, and for secretly slipping into macro mode.
After a short life of avoiding work, it lays down to rest now, never to arise.
Damned be you, Samsung PL210. Damned be your soul to hell.