Reviews and Problems with Canon IXUS 115 HS / ELPH 100 HS
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nancy wolford, Amazon
19 January 2014
Summary: My wife used this camera for about two years. The complaint she had was that you never knew if the pictures were going to be too dark. Sometimes they turned out beautifully. Other times, they were just too dark to see. She recently bought a larger camera.
Summary: The camera is incredible at this price. Pictures and videos are very good. I bought it for a vacation trip and took about 420 pictures and some videos until the lens got stock in the open position. The message "Lens Error" was displayed on the screen. I was unable to do anything.
Summary: This is my third (and last) Canon. The first one I had was awesome, and I keep trying to find that same satisfaction with this brand. This latest camera did not take great photos. I notice they are darker, it has more trouble auto-focusing and it's just disappointing.
Summary: After reading all the reviews, I decided to get this camera for my Dad. The camera arrived on time but when I turned it on, the lens jammed and it gave me a "Lens error. Shut down" message. I retried to no avail. Some other customers complained about the same issue.
want it to be easier to use and faster to focus. pictures not great.
John Busco, Amazon
6 December 2011
Summary: I bought this to replace my , which developed spots in the lens. This Canon model is compact and cute. The color is nice. But compared to the Panasonic model, ease of use is not as good and quality of pictures is disappointing.
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.
Small Size, Low Noise But Soft Photos, No Digital Zoom in 3:2
17 June 2011
Summary: I have the Canon PowerShot A80, A620, and SD800 IS. The photos from the SD800 IS are not as clean as the photos of the older A-model Canons with slightly larger sensors and lower megapixels, but the photos are reasonably sharp and the SD800 IS is more compact than my older A models for everyday...
Summary: Wanting to buy a new digital camera for an upcoming trip to the Far East, I embarked on research for something, not overly complicated, that would take good pictures, and within a budget of £150. You could easily go mad reading reviews.