Reviews and Problems with Canon IXUS 115 HS / ELPH 100 HS
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Canon IXUS 115 HS Review
What Digital Camera
27 May 2011
Summary: The Canon IXUS 115 HS produces pleasing images in almost all conditions. Exposure is generally reliable, and although it does on occasion underexpose this isn’t a major issue when shooting. White balance has a slight tendency to expose on the warmer end of the colour scale, although by no means in such a way that it is to the detriment of the images. Whenever a new IXUS camera arrives, it does so with a certain weight of expectation behind it.
Pros: Excellent design, slim body, good image quality, reasonable price tag
Cons: LCD screen not the highest specification, no manual control, missing a few features
Conclusion: The Canon IXUS 115 HS ticks most of the right boxes for a pocket camera. It has a good set of features without adding too many gimmicky ones that you might not use. Build quality seems to be good. Picture quality is hard to beat by other point and shoot cameras. Recommended.
Pros: Easy to read menu screens - picture quality - advanced movie features - LCD screen - build quality
Summary: If I keep saying it long enough I might believe it, it’s not pink, it’s not pink it’s purple. Here I am looking at one of Canon s latest Ixus cameras, the 115HS . Its purple but I am very pleased to say that is only one of the colours it comes in.
Excerpt: The Ixus brand is usually associated with luxury rather than good value, but Canon has combined both in this latest entry-level model. Its curved metal body looks gorgeous, and it's backed up by some impressive specs including optical stabilisation, a 3in LCD screen, an HDMI output and 1080p video recording. It's extremely petite, but we'd have preferred a few extra millimetres' width to give more room for the controls.