Reviews and Problems with Canon IXUS 115 HS / ELPH 100 HS
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Great Point and Shoot!
7 August 2011
Excerpt: I love this camera! First of all it is very compact, and comes in a variety of pretty colors. Beyond the physical features, it is a darn good camera. The quality of the photo's is impressive for a such a tiny point and shoot. I stand by Canon, they make the best camera's in my opinion.
Summary: I mainly bought this camera for the HS function. The HS function is supposed to make it possible to take pretty good pictures in low light without having to use the flash, however this doesnt seem very accurate. I've tried many areas of low light, and the pictured came out looking sort of bad. The HS function needs a good amount of light to work properly in my experience.
Summary: It's small & thin & a great price for a camera that shoots 1080p. Can easily fit in your pocket and the picture quality is fantastic. It shoots in dim lighting (night time) pretty well granted you have a few light sources around (they don't have to be bright light sources, in other words). 720p always looks great and the photo quality is great. Battery life is amazing too!
Summary: After having a digital camera that was usable, this new camera is ever so much more enjoyable to use! We can take a lot more pictures without having to download them so frequently. The pictures are much larger than on our older camera, and much easier to see.
Summary: This is my 3rd generation PowerShot camera and I think this one is the best yet. I went from the SD400 (loved it), to the SD1400 (annoyed the crap out of me!), to this new Elph 100 HS. After just 5 minutes with the 100 HS, I KNEW it was going to be awesome, and it has been. Well worth the money and in blue, it looks spectacular! By the way, the Case Logic TBC-302 case fits it perfectly!
Summary: This camera far exceeded my expectations. It takes great pictures, is easy to operate and it is so easy to load my pictures on my IMAC. Just plug it in and it opens in IPHOTO and there the pictures are. Great birthday gift! Highly recommend.
Summary: I went to a friend's wedding with my old Kodak EasyShare camera. Some of the pictures did not come out really well, not as I wanted it to. So I got back home, and told my boyfriend that I wanted to find a good camera that will gives me a good picture and a memory to remember. So I sat down for few days and looked really hard for a good camera that I can trust. I researched Nikon, Canon, and Sony - since I know all three brands are good.
Summary: This was an awesome gift for my friend. It's not easy at first to figure out but once you get the hang of it, it has a lot of options to choose from. It's more or less a fun camera and for some clear shots. It's takes fast pictures to and the color quality is good too. It has a large enough screen to view images. The only problem I just had though was it had a lens error and the lens got stuck and it hasnt been dropped or bumped.
Summary: I tried this camera for only a couple of hours before I put it back in the package and returned it. My only reason for the return was the fixed focus and no zoom-in/out during video recording, which my 2-year-old Canon SD1100 IS could do. It otherwise seemed to be a very good camera for an amazing price--good picture quality, good selections of picture modes, various ISO settings, etc. I'd believe this would be a very good camera if you do not care for video recording.