Summary: I recently purchase this camera to replace my Canon PowerShot SD600. I received the camera a week before leaving on a Caribbean Cruise vacation. On the trip I took over 800 photos in various lighting conditions and situations. Nearly all of the photos came out clear and focused.
Summary: So small, a cigarette pack would make a good storage case for it. So solid feeling that the temptation to drive nails with it is not unreasonable. To anyone knowing which end of a camera points forward, the owner's manual is a bit of a waste.
Summary: Best point-and-shoot camera I've ever used. Ultimately, the important thing is picture quality: Mega-Pixel count, fancy features, etc don't matter if it looks grainy, not colorful, etc. The pictures I take with this just look great, period. Low-light, back-lit, scenery, people, anything looks good.
Pros: * Fantastic picture quality * Great video * Feature-full (stitching, color-picker photos, cool effects like fisheye, etc) * Relatively cheap
Pros: Feature packed! Slow motion isn't great (as expected, the quality goes to hell) but it does the job! I spent an hour just messing around with all the different settings it has. Simply amazing. I remember when I had to load DSLR firmware on my camera to get these features :T In the end it is a che...
Cons: Obviously the new series of Canon cameras gets released the day my camera arrives >_<
Summary: I really have been enjoying my new camera. It is so easy to use and the resulting photographs are clear and crisp. I wanted a small camera that was small enough to slip into my pocket or purse and this one is easily transportable, ready to take pictures of landscapes and/or people.
Pros: Huge fan of canon and still am, this camera is tiny or slim. The texture is 'interesting' and gives all my friends first thing to say about the camera. The image is sharp and nice, truly effective megapixel camera. Uses SD memory card and nice battery life too.
Cons: the camera doesn't come with memory card, although not a big problem for me since I got tons of SD cards for my canon DSLR camera. Might be a problem for people getting the camera first time.
Summary: Great little camera! I shopped around and read many review before purchasing the Elph, and I'm very satisfied with it. I love the sleek body, the pictures turn out really good, and I like the fact that it has buttons and not a touch screen.
Summary: Owning a DSLR with multiple lenses I wanted a point and shoot for trade shows and other occasions where a DSLR is too cumbersome. Yet I did not want to compromise on photo quality, especially on close ups ( I work in the textile business ) where I needed good macro quality.