Reviews and Problems with Canon IXUS 115 HS / ELPH 100 HS
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Great little camera
Ben "Ben", Amazon
15 September 2011
Summary: This is an excellent little camera. In many situations, it takes pictures of comparable quality to my Rebel XS. The optical image stabilization puts it solidly above most point-and-shoot cameras I've used. I bought this because it's just about the smallest real camera I could find, and I wanted something I could easily carry with me. The only drawback to this is that the buttons on the back are quite small and can be a pain to use.
Excerpt: This camera does a nice job of taking clear shots. It has a range of different modes (including portrait, snowy scenes, and fisheye), or you can set it on automatic to let the camera choose the best option. This method, though, does not always result in great shots.
Excerpt: A reliable digital camera is a necessity in my book. I love taking pictures, especially on occasions gathering with friends and family (birthdays, parties, dinners, etc.) and for all the extensive traveling that I do around the world. This camera is small enough for me to carry in my pocket but sturdy enough to withstand some bumps along the way. The screen in the pack for easy shots is clear and large enough to easily snap pictures quickly.
Excerpt: I received this camera as a gift last year and have been very pleased with it. It is certainly not the camera for anyone who considers himself a serious photographer, but it is great for the price. It is simple to use, and takes quality pictures. I have also been impressed with the battery life.
Summary: was a little hesitant to purchase this camera due to the differances given by others...however, having now had the opportunity of using it, I am extremely pleased...besides being compact it has all the features a amateur photographer would want...I was really surprised at the clarity it produced in low light situations which was my biggest complaint with my Kodak...for you folks who want the best for your money this camera will "fit the bill".
Summary: I always have inspected a purchase in person before buying online. This time I felt I didn't need to as I've always been happy with my Canon purchases. Big mistake. The buttons on this ELPH 100 HS 12 MP camera are nearly impossible to manipulate. My fingers get cramped up and I have to try a couple of times to press the buttons. And I'm not a meat cleaver handed man either, nor am I a woman with long daggers.
Summary: I bought for my father as a gift. He likes it so much that he put it in his pocket all the time. He use it took HD videos of my daughter most the time. Everyday he shows me new videos. The quality of the HD videos is much better than I thought. He took pictures, too. When playback on our 46'' TV, the videos are sharp and the pictures are very good.Good for indoor and outdoor use.
Excerpt: I've had this camera for a few years now. I picked it up to replace my original Canon powershot that I had for 4 years. I love these little cameras. The battery life is great, they're so portable and easy to use with a video recording function too. Quality is good too (depending on your settings). I've gotten some really great shots that rival my fiancee's digital DSL camera results. The best part about this little camera is that it's sturdy.
Excerpt: I have the Canon PowerShot ELPH 110 HS digital camera and I love it. After reading a lot of reviews, all of the bad reviews stated that the video recording zoom made loud noises, but it seemed those were manufactured in China. I was lucky enough to have a model made in Japan and it does not have this issue. The camera is very compact (about the size of a credit card in length and width) and has many nice features.
Summary: I pre ordered this camera (sight unseen) before it even came out, and it did not disappoint. It is tiny, even for an Elph, and the photos are far better than any previous Elph I've owned. (I've owned four now.) The screen is nice and big, although it got a scratch within 1 week... something that had never happened to any of my previous Elphs over a period of 10 years. I guess that's what happens when the glass is so huge.