Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot Digital ELPH 310 HS / IXUS 230 HS / IXY Digital 600F
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Returned it today
Julie A. Chamberlain, Amazon
4 February 2012
Summary: This is a cute little camera (maybe even too little) but I felt the pictures weren't as sharp as they should be and took too long to take (hard to take of active kids). I found the video sound quality to be poor (unless you were hoping to hear the lens zooming in and out).
Summary: My daughter was looking to upgrade her camera to one that would take 1080 video for her YouTube channel. After doing a bunch of research we settled on the Canon ELPH 310 HS. The ElPH 300 is very highly rated and used a lot on YouTube. The 310 HS seemed to be even better so that is what we bought.
Summary: I bought this and the more expensive S100 to compare. We're keeping the Elph 310. It is very light and fits nicely in the hand. The camera is for my girlfriend who cares less about low-light performance and more about ease of use, and this one won out.
Summary: When my old Canon broke after seven years, many instances of being rained on or dropped, and basically shameful camera abuse, I was pretty impressed with how long it had lasted and liked it enough to give Canon another try.
Summary: This camera is absolutely wonderful. I'm in the 18-24 age range & I know a lot about cameras. I initially bought the black canon elph 300 from best buy, because they only had elph 310 in purple and I figured the 300 was just as good, only lacking the zoom.
Summary: Purchased this as a gift for Christmas. Does not include any memory card, and is not functional without said memory card. Also, it would be nice if the display was bezeled. When you set it down on the display, you definitely run the risk of scratching the glass. The HD Video option is quite nice.
Summary: I researched the heck out of this and did read that some were having concerns with motor noise while zooming in video mode. This is a real problem I hoped not to have since the complaint was few and far between. I read from others that origination of manufacture might be the problem.