Summary: The Canon IXUS 220HS is a very capable point-and-shoot camera that produces well-detailed, natural-looking images. If you're after a pocket-sized camera to keep with you that is fast and requires little manual interaction, then this camera is worth considering.
Summary: The key aspects of the Canon IXUS 220 HS camera are its thin frame, which makes it very easy to carry in a trouser pocket, and its image quality, which is clear and vibrant. It has a retail price of £169, but if you're after a good quality, slim, automatic camera, then it's worth considering.
Summary: The Canon IXUS 220 HS is perfect for anyone who wants a small camera that can be carried easily in a pocket. It's an automatic camera, yet it's capable of capturing clear and vibrant images, even in low-light conditions.
Pros: Slim design, Well built, Good image quality
Cons: Shutter button sometimes feels too soft, Tracking focus wasn't always accurate
Conclusion: This competent user-friendly model has slightly more than one might expect from a typical “auto everything” camera lurking under its proverbial bonnet. Smart Auto is a reliable mode if all you want to engage in is happy snapping - automatically switching to macro mode if faced with a flower close to...
Pros: Fair value given the better than expected feature set and noise free performance in lower light, good build quality, larger than average buttons for an ultra compact
Cons: Lack of handgrip, small-ish 2.7-inch screen, no 3D mode
Conclusion: If you are looking for a mid range pocket digital camera the Canon IXUS 220 HS offers good all round quality. It is a well made camera and is capable of handling most photo opportunities. Compared to a lot of pocket cameras it has a little extra class.
Summary: OK, so it doesn't offer GPS, 3D shooting mode, moisture resistance or a broad focal range, but, being pocket friendly, low cost and competent anyway, could the Canon IXUS 220 HS possibly be your next travel accessory?
Conclusion: The 12 megapixel Canon Powershot ELPH 300 HS is the successor to the PowerShot SD1400 IS from 2010. While maintaining the same sleek compact size as its predecessor, the Canon Powershot 300 HS features a number of updates.