Reviews and Problems with Canon Powershot SD770 IS / Digital IXUS 85 IS / IXY 25 IS
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My Canon SD770 is amazing!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: This was my first digital camera purchase, and I have LOVED this camera! I bought my little Canon for a trip to Mexico as I wanted something small and light that I could just slip in my bag without a lot of extra bulk. I am NOT a photographer in an way, shape or form so also wanted something fairly easy to operate. This has been the perfect camera for me!!!
Excerpt: I bought my first camera from canon like a year back. It is the master piece of all other brand. Cybershot is really easy to use take great quality of pics doesnt matter what are you capturing a moving object or stable object. It has given me a memorable moments all the time I can have access to it as canon is just amazing. I guess they have the lightest weight products as well in the market.
Excerpt: I LOVE this camera. I originally owned a Nikon coolpix, it was an ok camera until I had my son. I needed a camera that takes good quality pictures fast. The time it took before I was able to take another picture seemed like forever, and by time it snapped the picture my son was already across the room. The Cannon Powershots SD770 IS is perfect. It snaps pictures fast, I can acually capture what I want to before my son moves.
Excerpt: I love my Canon PowerShot SD770 IS digital camera. I have had a few different types of digital cameras, but my last two have been Canon digital cameras. They have been far better than any of the others I have had. I liked my Minolta film camera because it was waterproof and provided other great features, but the picture quality was no where near as great as my Canon digital cameras. My Canon PowerShot SD770 has a lithium battery that lasts a long time. I charge it...
"Great Point and Click Camera with a balance of features"
9 September 2011
Pros: Surprisingly good videos and sound capture for a camera. Great shots though you do have to mess with the exposure indoors occasionally if there isn't good lighting. Cool color swapping and accent features where you can isolate one color and the rest of
Cons: Camera quits working after the third bath in some kind of mixed drink in my wife's purse or car drink holder. This is a sarcastic comment, I"m surprised any camera survived two baths. One time it was actually all gummed up with sugary dried up goo from
Excerpt: The only issue, rather I would put it this very minor issue I would say, is that photos clicked during night are not that clear as per my expectations, but I faced this issue only in few snaps, I believe it can problem with my focus also, rather than this, I would say this camera is perfect choice for people looking for camera with SLR clarity, definitely this camera will satisfy your needs.
Summary: I needed a small camera to carry while on a three week business trip. I didn't have room, space, or time to carry my Nikon DSLR and a complement of lenses. I had purchased my son a PowerShot SD1100 IS for Christms and was stunned by the photos he had been sending me from college. So I purchased the SD770. I have used the SD770 to document classes, to photograph aircraft instrument panels, to shoot landscapes and snapshots. It has been a very liberating experience.
Pros: Bright LCD, Easy Setup, Easy to Keep Clean, Easy To Use, Great Picture Quality
Summary: This is a great, compact camera with great features and style. The camera looks great and is very easy to use. Two buttons are all you really need to use for basic operation - zoom and click. Extremely sharp, great focus and powerful zoom make for a great camera. The video feature is great as well, and transferring images is very simple and easy via USB cable.
Pros: Bright LCD, Comfortable Controls, Easy Setup, Easy To Use, Great Picture Quality