Reviews and Problems with Canon IXUS 115 HS / ELPH 100 HS
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A. Sitzmann "Will's Mom", Amazon
26 January 2012
Summary: I use my point and shoot a lot and generally replace every 2 years. I decided to go a little lower end this time and get the ELPH 100 HS. I don't use all of the bells and whistles and decided to try to save some money. I read the reviews and many people mentioned the strap. I didn't think it would be a big deal, but not I understand. I have no idea how I could ever get it connected and it's very stiff. I'd switch the one from my old camera if I was keeping the 100 HS.
Summary: I own a few cameras, and my boyfriend is a professional photographer. We recently returned the go pro in exchange for this one. The video quality is amazing, and pictures too. If you look at your images on a large HD tv - you'll really see a difference in the quality. We bought two of these for productions, and plan to buy a case for underwater photos. Great price for a great camera.
Summary: I have had this camera now for a while and I love it. Easy to use (I am 63 years old and can figure it out - so you yunguns should have no problem!) Takes great pictures and I even figured out how to shoot video - and high quality HD video! I highly recommend this camera for anyone looking for a small compact high quality camera that is easy to use.
Summary: As most of Canon cameras this one does not disappoint you. For the price you are getting the best there is there. The picture quality is very good and settings are easy to control. Highly recommend for your vacation pictures. Small, fits in your pocket.I would give it 5 stars but I just never do - there is always room for improvement.
Summary: Does everything I need it to, and the video is great. The features for this camera beat every camera in its price range, and it works great in low light which was a problem with my previous digital camera.