Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot SD970 IS / Digital IXUS 990 IS / IXY 830 IS
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Canon PowerShot SD970 IS Review
14 July 2009
Excerpt: With the warm weather finally here, there’s no better time to pop a camera in your pocket and take on the world—or at least capture it on SDHC cards. Canon continues to dominate the point-and-shoot market and with models like the 12-megapixel PowerShot SD970 IS for less than $350, it’s easy understanding why. The compact aim-and-forget has just about everything a casual shutterbug needs including a terrific 3-inch LCD screen and the ability to grab HD video clips.
Pros: Rich, saturated colors; solid 5x image stabilized zoom; superior 3-inch LCD screen (461K pixels); drop-dead easy to use
Cons: Expensive; pokey 1 fps capture; no f/stop, shutter speed adjustments; only digital zoom with HD video
Deluxe, 12.1-megapixel Canon digital camera with a high-definition movie mode
Good Gear Guide.au
15 November 2009
Summary: The Canon IXUS 990 IS is a great compact camera that combines impressive image quality with an elegant design. However, when it comes to bang for your buck, there are several better deals on the market.
Pros: Good image quality, 720p video mode, excellent build quality and design
Cons: Limited manual modes and options, too expensive, noise levels could be lower
Excerpt: The Canon Ixus 990 IS is the company's flagship compact digital camera. It has a 12.1-megapixel sensor, a 5x optical zoom lens -- the highest of any Ixus camera to date -- HD 720p video recording, an enlarged thee-inch LCD display with 461,000 pixels and an ultra-stylish design.
Pros: Good image quality; 720p video mode; excellent build quality and design.
Cons: Limited manual modes and options; too expensive; noise levels could be lower.
Excerpt: Det er spækket med features, som blandt andet Motion Detection teknologi så den kan ”fange” ting i bevægelse, avanceret ansigtsgenkendelse der kan registrere op til 35 ansigter på samme billede.