Reviews and Problems with Canon Powershot SD770 IS / Digital IXUS 85 IS / IXY 25 IS
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Bad indoor photos
A. Yee "IT Professional", Amazon
31 March 2009
Summary: Perhaps it is the settings, but I've tried them all - infinity, not, no flash, flash, night, auto, etc. and photos were VERY dark. I was disappointed as I've had trouble finding a good P&S that does indoor photos adequately in a conference room.
Summary: I have used a number of different point and shoots (Nikon, Sony and Canon) but I always end up sticking with Canon. I have had every iteration of the Elph line and this camera was an upgrade from the original SD IS, the SD700 IS. While the SD700 is only 6MP it takes great pictures.
Summary: I've had the camera for a few weeks now. The face recognition and auto red-eye reduction are really cool. It's fairly easy to use but some of the functions could be a little easier to access. It has one menu for general camera settings like pictures size, date, etc.
Summary: Well, I will go along with all the positive things .... but my lovely Ixus developed a lense error after six months, well within the guarantee. Message. 'lense error, restart camera', with the lense locked in the extended position and a black screen. So I returned it to a Canon repairer.
Summary: Recieved this camera as a present. Beautiful tiny size. A delight to put in ones pocket before a day out. Beats carrying my Fuji 6500fd in a large case. Nice big screen so you can compose the image. I've had the Canon A80 and A95 in the past and for user friendly-ness the Ixus is as good.
Summary: My previous camera - a Canon IXUS suffered water damage on holiday - my water bottle leaked in my bag - and consequently did not work at all. On returning from hols, the natural replacement was the latest Canon IXUS model.
Summary: After reading a lot of reviews is decided on the canon IXUS 85IS then after scouring websites and shops found it on amazon at £60 cheaper than anywhere else at the time Very easy to set up and use, battery life was impressive fits easily in pocket without being to bulky menu easy to suss out with...