Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot SD1000 / IXUS 70 / IXY 10
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Canon IXUS 70 Digital Camera
21 July 2010
Excerpt: I purchased the canon Ixus 70 digital camera recently and it has turned out to be a great camera. The reason I chose this camera is that it has a feature called direct print and it is compatible to the printer that I have which is a canon Pixma. …
Excerpt: I love my trusted Cannon Ixus 70 camera. I’ve had this since 2007 and up until now it’s still working pretty well. I was eyeing for a Sony Cybershot at first because of it’s vibrant camera casing and the touchscreen feature but I opted for Cannon because of it’s …
Excerpt: The Canon Power Shot SD1000 is one of the most amazing cameras I have ever used. It has amazing photo quality and takes great video footage. It has many feature. Color swap works great and also I love use the feature that allows you to take a …
Excerpt: I purchased this neat little 7.1 mega pixel camera quite a few years ago now, but it is still serving me well. It’s incredibly easy to use in Automatic mode. Just point and click and it takes some great photos. There is a landscape mode (infinity) and macro for close-up …
Excerpt: The Canon Powershot SD1000 is a great camera. That may an overstatement, but it is one to me; it is durable, reliable, inexpensive, and most importantly takes good quality pictures. I have not put my hands on a camera that was affordable and easy to use at once, I …
Summary: This camera is awesome. Small and precise. Large viewing screen. Easy to learn the night before a trip to vegas. This product does come with a battery charger and battery. Prior to purchase I did not know that, so I purchased one, which came with two batteries. Now I have three.
Summary: I wanted to get a camera for when I'm out with my friends or on a vacation. This camera is small enough to stuff in a pocket without noticing it. The camera is a great point and shoot camera. There are plenty of settings that can be accessed for different conditions in short order.
Watch out - warranty not worth the paper its written on
Y. Bendavid, Amazon
8 May 2008
Summary: Camera was three months old when I turned it on one day and the screen no longer worked - it was mostly white with a few thin colorful lines. Sent it to Canon and they responded that the repair cost was $90 (for a $160 camera) because the there was "pressure impact" to the LCD.
Summary: Before considering this camera do a google search on: Canon sd1000 lens error 19,500 results Here's my story: After 3 months I got the dreaded Cannon SD1000 lens error. We took pictures of a beach and unfortunately left the picture card in the camera when sending it under warranty.