Reviews and Problems with Canon IXUS 220 HS / ELPH 300 HS
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Canon IXUS 220 HS
17 July 2011
Excerpt: New for spring 2011, the 12.1 megapixel Canon IXUS 220 HS is another slender pocket zoom compact that goes up against the likes of the Nikon Coolpix S3100 in that respect, whilst offering a slightly better feature set for marginally more money. Just 19.3mm in depth and fashioned from stainless steel to its rival's 18.4mm, like the Nikon the point-and-shoot IXUS 220 HS is being sold in a range of vivid body colours, suggesting all ages and both sexes are being targeted:...
Excerpt: The Canon IXUS 220 HS is a 12Mp compact that's slim, well built and easy to use. It doesn't have a lot of manual features, so it's a true point-and-shoot camera, but you can fiddle with the ISO speed, focus mode, white balance and colour output if you dare.
Excerpt: Squeezed between the £150 Canon IXUS 115 HS pocket point and shoot and £250 Canon IXUS 310 HS touchscreen model in Canon’s current line up of style and substance digital compacts is the equally new IXUS 220 HS. It has a street price around the £170 mark at the time of writing, pitching it into battle with other affordable and attractive snappers such as the slender Nikon Coolpix S3100 , plus is available in the usual vivid array of colours.
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
Excerpt: L'Ixus 220 HS de Canon est un appareil photo numérique compact proposé par Canon. Aussi large qu’une carte de crédit, ce petit appareil photo disposant d’un boîtier en acier inoxydable, possède un objectif muni d’un zoom optique x5 couvrant une plage focale 4,3-21,5 mm, ainsi qu’un zoom numérique x 4. Il dispose d'un capteur CMOS rétro-éclairé de 12,1 millions de pixels effectifs.