On the back of the DXG-110 are a 2.5" LCD display, power and busy LED indicators, and an assortment of buttons. This camera has no optical viewfinder but is limited to the LCD display, which may be an issue if you are shooting where there is glare. The two buttons nearest the top are the wide and telephoto zoom controls while nearest the LCD display are two large buttons for switching between shooting and playback modes. The joystick buttons that are centered are for the timer, flash control, EV control, macro support, and face detection support. The joystick buttons are also used for navigating the on-screen display menus. Towards the bottom of the camera are the menu button and a button for deleting a photograph/recording when in playback mode and when in shooting mode is used for the white balance. Despite being a budget camera, this camera does support a manual white balance.
Below are some comparison pictures of the DXG-110 to the Nikon P1 and Nikon P5000, which are all compact digital cameras between 8MP and 10MP.