Best Canon Powershot for Travel Scenery Shots

For those of you who like the streets, aka the traveler pocket camera is perfect for you with some reason. First, the price is much cheaper than DSLR cameras. Second, no need to bother Petite, small in size so pretty in your pants pocket. Third, it is very mild compared with DSLR cameras.
Currently the majority of camera manufacturer issued a pocket camera with a range of product variants and technology. Starting from the brand of Sony, Samsung, Kodak, Canon, Nikon and other them. There are cheap below 1 million, there is also a kayak that is priced DSLR cameras. Ehm, of the many pocket cameras, how do you choose a pocket camera that suits you? Don't rush past, choosing pocket camera is first to understand the ins and outs of pocket cameras in General.
An overview in General, you should be aware of the pocket cameras are:

Lens: you have to know how wide a lens pocket camera that belongs to. pocket camera that has a minimum width of 24 mm lens is ideal.

Resolution: how many megapixels the camera abilities paperback? The resolution was indeed supporting the quality of the photos, but keep in
mind: Pocket Camera with high resolution is not always better than a camera with lower resolution.

memory card: the average pocket camera uses SD cards, but there are a few brands that use a special memory card.
How long is the battery endurance: batereinya and you have to know how much battery backup.
Brand reputation: search first if tau si doi expert in terms of per-Pocket 's.

Warranty: find out how long the warranty and warranty disclaimer terms & pahamin.

Body: FAT or slim down depends on taste. More and more flexible naruhnya slender in his pocket. Usually the pocket camera body fat have a more feature complete.

The following are some options of the camera that you can purchase:

Options one for Point-and-Shoots
Pros: Cheap, easy to use, lightweight
Cons: Mostly automated, struggle with large prints 
Things to Remember: Don’t be overwhelmed by features—focus on fundamentals like megapixels, zoom, battery life, cost, and reputation

Price Range: $70-$650
Top High-End :>> Sony DSC-RX100 ($648), >>Canon Powershot S110 ($336)
Top Superzoom :>> Sony Cyber-shot HX200V ($348), >>Nikon COOLPIX P510 ($315)
Top Budget :>> Nikon COOLPIX S9200 ($149)

Options two for Entry-Level DSLR Cameras 2013
Pros: Less automation (more room for creativity), professional grade image quality, great for large prints
Cons: Less automation (more room for user error), size and weight, cost
Things to Remember: Get to know the camera before your trip by reading the manual and going out for some test shoots. Many digital SLR’s have automated settings such as ‘landscape’ and ‘portrait’ but you will want a baseline of familiarity

Price Range: Budget DSLR camera/lens kits start at around $500; high-end set-ups can cost > $2,000 
2013 Market: Things can change quickly, but Nikon cameras currently dominate all tiers of the entry-level DSLR market (the new Nikons have bigger sensors, are lighter, and cheaper than the Canon counterparts)
Top DX Cameras: The new Nikon D7100 ($1,196) is the best DX camera on the market. The 24-megapixel Nikon D5200 ($696) is a powerhouse mid-range DSLR, and the Nikon D3200 ($496) is an outstanding lower-cost DSLR
Top DX Lenses: The Nikon 18-200mm VR II ($850) is an excellent all-purpose lens for everything from grand landscapes to wildlife close-ups. The Nikon 16-85mm VR ($629) and Nikon 17-55mm ($1,399) are high-quality lenses that are well suited for landscapes and everyday use. The Nikon 18-55 mm VR ($199) is a good budget lens that comes with kits for the Nikon D5200 ($796) and Nikon D3200 ($596)

Options three Professional Digital SLRs - Full Frame
Pros: Exceptional image quality (the best), high resolution prints of any size
Cons: Cost, learning curve, size and weight
Things to Remember: With a full-frame camera you should be prepared to invest in quality full-frame lenses (some smaller lenses are compatible but the images will be cropped)

Price Range: The camera bodies start at around $2,000; lenses are > $1,000
Top Models: The Nikon D800 ($2,800). For lenses for the D800, the Nikon 14-24mm Wide Angle Zoom ($1,999) and Carl Zeiss 21mm ($1,881) both are phenomenal for landscapes

Nikon D7100 image view1
Nikon 18-200mm lens & 200mm, ISO=160, 1/350s, f/5.6.

Nikon D7100 image view2
Nikon 18-200mm lens & 200mm