The DXG-110 camera measures in at just about 9 cm wide by 2.5 cm deep and 6.2 cm tall. Without batteries, the camera only weighs 4.59 ounces. If you are looking for a camera that can fit easily into a suitcase or jacket pocket, the DXG-110 is sized accordingly. On the front of the camera there is the lens (obviously) as well as the flash recessed into the upper right hand corner of the body and then in the lower left hand corner is the microphone, which is for voice recording and when performing any basic video recording. Kitty corner to the microphone is the auto-focus sensor beam.
At the top of the camera is the power and shutter buttons, accompanied by a speaker for the various camera sound effects and playing back any recorded audio. To turn on/off the camera the power button needs to be held down for about two seconds. On the left side of the camera is the micro USB port for use with the included cable for TV-Out and interfacing with any PC. On the right hand side is the loop for the wrist strap and the small grip for this camera.
On the bottom of the camera is a hole for a tripod mount and on the right hand side is the battery and memory card cover. The DXG-110 requires two AA batteries and the memory card slot supports Secure Digital (SD) and Multi Media Card (MMC). When using the 10MP setting, the 32MB integrated memory is only able to accommodate 5~6 photographs. Also on the bottom of the camera is the DXG serial number and stating that this camera was made in China.