Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot SD960 / Digital IXUS 110 IS / IXY Digital 510 IS
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Canon Digital IXUS 110 IS
27 November 2009
Summary: The Canon Digital IXUS 110 IS is a very cool-looking camera. You'll probably fondle it so much that you'll rub the paint off, but it's really pretty ordinary inside. The HD movies are good, admittedly, but you could get the same still-picture quality from a camera that costs half as much
Pros: Good styling and finish; clean and elegant control layout; great 720p HD movie mode.
Cons: Unremarkable picture quality; vague and lightweight navigational controller; pricey.
Conclusion: The 16:9 LCD on the Canon SD960 IS lets you frame your shots to match the format of HDTV and widescreen laptop displays, and it records excellent HD video. Unfortunately, its price and some image-quality issues prevent it from being a point-and-shoot superstar.
Pros: Fast. Captures HD video. 16:9 LCD. HDMI-out. Long battery life. Produces less noise in images at ISO 1600 than its predecessor did.
Cons: Pricey. Quality problems at outer edges of images.
Conclusion: Canon IXUS 110 IS digital camera Canon's IXUS cameras are famous all over the world. They belong to the best selling series worldwide and millions have been sold so far. Their success still continues.
Conclusion: This is a good camera with plenty of features to get the creative juices flowing and the HD movie recorder will give you some razor sharp pictures. Compact and light, the Canon IXUS 110 is great for taking pictures quickly and won’t take up too much room in a bag.
Summary: A lovely looking camera, with useful features and good image quality. The wide theme won't be to everyone's taste, but those who will appreciate it will no doubt value the camera's other charms too.
Pros: HD movie shooting, style, wideangle lens, good image quality
Cons: Noise reduction, can be a little underwhelming when not used for widescreen shooting
Conclusion: The Canon IXUS 110 IS is a very good pocket camera. I would be happy to own it. Looking at the price tag it is expensive when compared to other models, but it certainly delivers in terms of picture quality, turn in times and style.
Pros: Picture quality, style, build quality, features for a pocket camera, turn on time
A small and versatile point-and-shoot Canon digital camera with a high quality wide-angle lens and HD movie recording
Good Gear Guide.au
9 January 2010
Summary: It may not be as thin or as light as previous IXUS models, but the 12.1-megapixel Canon IXUS 110 IS takes great photos for a point-and-shoot digital camera. A versatile and quiet 4x zoom lens along with a noise-free sensor make for high quality images.
Pros: Sharp lens with good zoom, HD movie recording, great wide-screen LCD
Cons: Heavier and thicker than older models, in-built flash is easily covered
Excerpt: Here we have another attractive looking addition to Canon's premium point-and-shoot range. Yet Canon's IXUS 110 IS has, initially at least, got to be one of the least intuitive (supposedly snapshot-operation) cameras I've used.
Summary: If it isn’t broke don’t mend it does not seem to apply to the highly successful range of Ixus cameras . I have reviewed several and numerous things are in different places in fact it looks quiet different to earlier models.