Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot Digital ELPH 310 HS / IXUS 230 HS / IXY Digital 600F
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So far, a sturdy, reliable camera that takes great photos & video.
from rain city..., Amazon
4 March 2012
Summary: This is a great little point-and-shoot camera. I purchased it after my 300 HS was stolen, and I've been enjoying it very much. I won't go over ALL the great features, just the basics. The zoom (both optical and digital) are very high-quality for a point-and-shoot of this price. The macro works exceptionally well.
Summary: I got one of these around Thanksgiving 2011 when my 600 crapped out. I really liked my 600 because it was really simple to operate, but the zoom quit working so we got this one to replace it. I'm an amateur and claim no skill in photography what so ever so that's where I'm coming from. I can't see that this camera takes better pictures than the 600 did, but I'm sure if you actually read the owners manual, which I haven't, it probably has more tricks than the old one.
Summary: My new Canon PowerShot ELPH310 was used for the first time on our family cruise. Two days into the cruise/usage of the camera, I turned the camera on and lens error appeared in the screen. The lens would not reset nor close. Nothing but a black display. No more pictures of our family! A HUGH disappointment. The camera was returned for a refund.
Summary: I've used the Canon SD1200 for years so the ELPH 310 can be considered an upgrade. Resolution is 12.1 vs 10 megapixels. The ELPH 310 delivers faster focusing and excellent image stability. It offers other movie features as well, which other reviewers can describe. I took a few hand held shots in my workshop with poor lighting, and the images were sharp. The MENU button has moved. So far I've not found out how to delete all images.
Summary: This camera is all I expected and more. The features for a camera in this price range are surprising. It does everything I bought it to do and more. The battery life is exceptional compared to the camera it replaced. It takes great pictures and video, it's compact, it's amazing.
Summary: I can't believe I would ever stray from Fuji. My sister has used Canon Elph's for a while now and recently, I purchased a Fuji Finepix that was a let-down. I read all the reviews and weighed my options of what I needed and the Elph seemed like a great buy, AND IT WAS! I spent a little more for the 310 HS instead of the 300 HS. I feel like the 310 HS has everything I need.
Summary: This camera is slightly larger than the 780IS I replaced, but it still fits in my shirt pocket. Better "no-flash" photos in low light, longer zoom & excellent video. Mid-range telephoto shots indoors at a wedding without flash turned out pretty well, over half without blurr. The cover for the USB is a little clumsy. The menu button location on the end takes a little getting-used-to, but not a major issue. These 2 items removed one star.
Summary: no soy profesional y buscaba una máquina superior a la media. esta es ideal. tiene muchisimas funciones para investigar y aprender. es muy chica y facil de trasladar. liviana. y saca muy buenas fotos. la recomiendo.
Summary: I really love this camera. It takes great shots and is small and compact. However I have only had it for three months and it broke during my daughter's second birthday party. It was not dropped or mishandled. I went to turn the camera off and the lens wouldn't retract then my screen told me there was a lens error, restart the camera then the camera shuts off. It has been doing this ever since and the lens has not retracted.