Reviews and Problems with Canon IXUS 115 HS / ELPH 100 HS
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Canon Powershot ELPH 100 Digital Camera
Yosemite Sam, Amazon
9 April 2012
Summary: This was a Christmas gift for my Grandaughter, so other than getting it set up and ready for picture taking on Dec 25, the only pictures I actually took were as part of that endeavor. Must say that I was pleased with my limited experience in dealing with getting it set up and the quality of the few shots I did take.
Summary: This camera is a great value for all the features you get with it. I bought this for my mother for her birthday and she loves it. It was very simple for her to learn to use, and she isn't very techy. This is only her second digital camera (the other was an old kodak for about 13 years ago). She had it for about 3 days and we went over and she already had figured out how to take pictures, review them, and delete them.
Summary: I could tell when I got this camera that it was a quality one, however I didn't fully understand a lot of the functions for a long time and I still don't understand them completely. If you are a camera expert, not like myself, you would probably have no problem navigating this camera and be able to take very cool shots with it!
Summary: This Canon camera is cheap and awesome. Its a transitional era to 16mp for Canon new models so this 12mp camera is super cheap now, like half price. I considered elph 300 hs but paying more for smaller 2.7" screen didn't make sense. This one is 3.0" LCD is clear, sharp and pretty! Just couple years ago I remember similar Canon are triple the price now. I also considered Pansonic fh24 mainly due to 8x optical zoom but best buy employees all say Canon is better.
Summary: I received this camera as a gift at Christmas and was quite happy though mid-March. First, a spot appeared on images that appears to be due to a speck internally on the lens. Then the lens cover mechanism popped off and now refuses to close properly and the outermost ring (held on only by tape) is now loose. Finally it started reporting "lens error" intermittently and shutting down while using the zoom feature.
Summary: The camera's small, slim design makes it extremely portable. It's very easy to operate either in the auto mode or in one of its many special photo modes. But what distinguishes it from others is the quality of the photos it takes, especially in low light. True, its buttons and controls are small for one with big hands and fingers. It doesn't have a lot of zoom, but enough for most photos.
Summary: Bought a couple of years ago just to keep handy in purse and didn't expect it to be an awesome camera. But I did expect better quality photos. The motion stabilizer isn't great. The "covers" for battery and usb port are so very flimsy and cumbersome to operate and I don't have large hands. Most recently I was replacing the battery, in trying to get the cover to close, it jammed and I cannot for the life of me get it to open.
Summary: I bought the Canon PowerShot ELPH 100 HS 12.1 MP based on its' price and the positive reviews that I read about it. The Canon PowerShot fits my need for an easy to use and slip into your pocket stye of camera. I am very pleased with the quality of the photos that it takes. I highly recommend this camera for general picture taking. It offers good quality at a fair price.
Summary: GOT THIS FOR OUR TEENAGE DAUGHTER & SHE LOVES IT. HAS THE BIG VIEW SCREEN, EASY TO OPERATE, & SHE CAN DOWNLOAD HER PIC EZ. WE HAVE HAD OTHER CANON POINT & SHOOT CAMERAS & LIKED THEM TOO, & THIS ONE IS ANOTHER CAMERA IN OUR FAMILY THAT WILL GET ALOT OF USE.