Reviews and Problems with Canon Digital IXUS inalámbrica
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Canon Digital Ixus: Ixus 50
15 October 2009
Summary: The Ixus is a great little camera and was highly recommended to myself by a professional photographer as one to have in your pocket permanently. Mine has sofar lasted for over 3 years and can even be used by my 3 year old son with ease. It connects very easily to the computer and downloads with ease and the addition of a separate memory card allows for ease of printing from a photographic shop.
Summary: The Canon Digital Ixus is a nice little toy indeed! This small silver camera is ideal for sticking into a handbag, putting in a pocket, or (if you can be bothered buying the case) hanging off your belt. Nice and small, easy to take out, can't be bad things for a camera , surely? But what about the functions? The Canon Digital Ixus is a 2.1Mpixel camera, which is fairly decent as long as you're not expecting any pieces of art to come from it.
Pros: Easy to use, Small (roughly same size as cigarette box), Decent picture quality
Cons: Low battery life with screen on, Not good for action shots
Summary: Wrapped in a gleaming costume of stainless steel, the Canon Ixus ii is the epitome of chic. Far from being ostentatious, however, the Ixus hides its wealth of features underneath a relatively simple exterior. On the front of the camera can be found a small opening for the optical viewfinder, and the most narrow of flash units. Turn the Ixus round, and the 1.5" LCD screen and plenty of buttons are set against the lustrous background.
Pros: size, silver, photo quality, zoom, battery, software, general features
Summary: Before I go into detail I would first like to say how great this camera looks with its metallic finish and tiny size. For its picture quality it is quite expensive but that is made up by the ease of use and looks. The camera comes with an 8mb memery card which means it can take 46 pictures in (640*480) quality and 9 in (1280*960). If you are just going to be viewing your pictures on the computer only and also sending them over the internet use (640*480) quality.
Canon Digital Ixus: The tiny camera in the BIG picture...
4 September 2001
Summary: I've had my Ixus for about 3 months now and its a fantastic little camera. Canon have got it just right with the styling and the dimensions of the camera as, in my opinion, it is one of the best looking models currently on the market. The Ixus (with a 2.11 mega pixel rating) has 3 settings for picture quality. I just use the medium setting whih results in excelent pictures and reasonable usage of the media card.
Pros: Great picture quality, Sleek design, Fantastic software package supplied
Cons: Only supplied with 8MB card, Only runs from a rechargable battery, so a spare is advised, So small, the majority of camera bags on sale are too big! :)
Summary: Just when you’d redesigned yourself to purchasing a large, ugly, expensive digicam, along comes Canon with something different: the small, stylish, expensive (sigh) Digital IXUS. Modelled on Canon’s Advanced Photo System (APS) compacts, it’s fractionally taller and wider than a credit card, but thicker and, at just under 230g, somewhat heavier.
Pros: 1600x1200 pixels, LCD at back, 8meg FlashCard
Summary: Okay so there are cameras out there that have way more functions and pixels than the IXUS but none look as good...or arguably are as functional. The old adage form follows functions is true with this camera . It's size is the killer feature but the finish is immaculate - if you have ever closed the door on a Mercedes or Audi car you'll know what I mean...it just has a solid feel about it.
Summary: The Canon Digital Ixus camera is awesome because it's absolutely tiny and yet packs in so many functions. The basic functions are easy to use, but some of the more advanced functions are more difficult, just in remembering how to set them. The manual is reasonable and is written in good English. It has 2X optical zoom (35-70mm) and ISO 100 sensitivity. Nothing to write home about, but the image quality is good even in low light situations.
Pros: Absolutely Tiny, Rechargable Battery
Cons: On the pricey side, software could be better
Canon Digital Ixus: Small, Sexy and Fantastic (no not me - the camera!)
20 March 2001
Summary: I bought one of these little beauties (no I'm not Australian) out in Germany at the end of last year. I happened to be in a camera shop with my brother, and he decided to preach to me about what a fantastic bargain it was. I wanted to try it... so I managed to colar one of the shop assistants. He informed me that it was "ibsolutely Vondurful", and began to go through all of the great features - 2.1 mega pixel, zoom lens... blah.. blah.
Pros: small, slinky, sexy - impress your mates and get great results.
Summary: The Canon Digital Ixus is the best digital camera that I have encountered by far. Granted I have not tried all cameras but for the selection I have played with this tops the lot. Its sleek ultra-compact style makes it not just practical but also good to look at. Friends will admire the camera pointing at them; blessed by its magnificence. Spec:- With 2.1 million pixel CCD it allows images of up to 1600x1200.