Reviews and Problems with Canon IXUS 115 HS / ELPH 100 HS
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Worth the Money
4 July 2012
Summary: Battery is good for one trip. It recognizes the scene automatically (sunset,shade,flash etc...). Photo quality is fantastic (I compared most of the top brand's photo quality, no doubt... Canon gives the best photo quality. This is true for this model too).
Summary: Purchased one of these for my company, I enjoyed it so much... I got one for myself! The screen is large and clear. It's quick to save photos so I don't waste time in between pictures. It is now my primary point-and-shoot camera for when I don't want to whip out the SLR.
Summary: I did lots of research before getting this camera. I was originally going to get the ELPH 300, but I didn't like the way the camera felt. This camera takes amazing pictures and has so many features on it. You can take pictures where only one color stays or in black and white. My favorite setting is the vivid color setting. I love my camera and everyone should buy one like this!
Summary: I originally bought the Canon 300 HS, which I adored, but it broke so I got the 100 HS instead. I've had no problems with it so far. It takes great pictures and is easy to use. With the current price, it's a definite steal for such a great camera.
Summary: I was very skeptical when reading reviews about this camera. Most of the reviews said that it took the most wonderful pictures! I was just a little edgy about buying a camera so small after I saw how big they were in the store. As one of my friends would say, "Why have a camera if you are not going to have it with you because its so big?
Summary: Canon did it again. I purchased this camera because I just couldn't believe how cheap it was for all the features. What I like most about it: Compact size Red-eye removal (really cool!) Quality photos HD video Other cool features* *One thing I really love about this camera is that it has a slider on the top which separates normal auto-mode shooting with specific, manual-mode shooting. I LOVE this. What a great idea on Canon's part.
Summary: My friends ask me how much I paid for this camera, and when I say $109, they think I'm joking. It has a million different photo options ranging from snow mode to fireworks mode. The 1080p video looks beautiful apart from the slight de-sync from the top to the bottom of the frames, but I have come to the conclusion that this may be unavoidable in point-and-shoot cameras.