Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot Digital ELPH 310 HS / IXUS 230 HS / IXY Digital 600F
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Good Little Vacation/Family Events Camera
2 December 2013
Summary: I really have enjoyed this little camera. It is light-weight and very portable. It is more versatile than my IPhone camera. It was inexpensive. It has held up to weekend trips and somewhat shabby treatment.
Summary: I don't like the micro sd card it is too hard to get out when downloading pictures, and you have to carry an adapter with you if printing pictures at a kiosk. I do like the purple color, and the size and the pictures that it takes.
Excerpt: I have owned many compact cameras and this is by far the best! Canon's HS Sensor is increadible for quality in low light and for pin sharp photographs. When looking for a compact camera in todays market its easy to buy into Megapixels, GPS, Touchscreen etc however Canon have focused on the...
Summary: I've owned a few Canon Elphs over the past dozen years ... basically massive use of my first 100 and my teenage son's trip to Europe with my replacement 1000 necessitated this third model. I researched long and hard, poring over features, reviews, specifications and test images.
Summary: I use it often, I have 3 kids. The detail on this little camera is GREAT. Close up images are clear, far shots capture tiny details. I love having the record button set apart by itself so I am not fussing around with settings.
Summary: This is a nice little camera. You do have the flexibility to change the ISO and white balance. In long shutter mode you can go up to 15 seconds. A Very Nice feature. While zooming the noise in the video is awful. That's why I'm giving this a 4 & not a 5.
Summary: I am an avid Canon SLR user with a few L lenses to boot. I needed a compact digital to replace an aging Finepix used by my wife. It's an excellent compact but not perfect. Here's the quick run-down: + Image stabilizer for unsteady hands + Excellent low light handling from the sensor to avoid blurred...
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.