Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot SD100 / Digital IXUS II / IXY 30
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very good camera
Amazon Customer, Amazon
25 March 2006
Summary: This camera is very nice. I will go down on the pro's and con's. Pro's: 1. Very small. It is with ease that you can put this camera into your pocket, or even into your glove dept of your car (and just how many things can you put in a glove dept these days?!!
Summary: A great pocket size travel camera. Fun to use when on vacation or out with friends. I like that the camera is metal and durable. Easy to use menu and option knob. Get a spare battery, it's common sense. Very limited zoom and annoying 2 second delay when you press the button.
Summary: I love this camera and hopefully you will love it too. It is so easy to handle and it takes the user up to 10 minutes to actually get the hang of it. I use this for everything; taking pictures of my me and my family, taking pictures for my school newspaper and pictures of the girls!
Summary: I've had the camera for a good week or so. Been playin around with it and it takes some great pictures. I was looking for a camera I can take when I go on trips and stuff that would fit into my pocket with ease.
Summary: Pros: 1. Compact and easy to stick into a purse when going to a party. 2. Good for point and shoot. Not recommend for professional photographers (or even semi-professional ones). 3. Easy to use. 4.
Summary: I work in an Electronics store, so I get to see all of the new cameras. The powershot100 really caught my attention due to it's small size and reasonable price, not to mention it's capability of doing video, still shots and sound play back all for around $299.99 This camera takes great pictures,...
Summary: I usually go out at nite and like to take picture of friends and I, and this camera does the job. In dim light it really comes through. The battery life is pretty not 3 -4 nights for me, and the picture quality is really good.
Summary: If you are looking for a camera to replace a traditional film camera, the SD-100 is it. I'm an avarage user and this is what I've found: PRO: 1. Small size. Easy to carry in a pocket or purse. 2. Decent Zoom 3. Burst mode for taking a series of quick pictures. 3. Movie mode...WITH SOUND! 4.
Summary: The SD100 is the newest itineration of the digital Elph series, but certainly it is not the most up-to-date digicam around. The original digital Elph was the S100 (I still have that one), and quite a few Sxxx models have been issued between the time that one came out and now.