Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot A1000 IS
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"Best Value" for a Point-And-Shoot Camera
Happy Traveler "Happy Traveler", Amazon
29 November 2009
Summary: Unfortunately not many point-and-shoot cameras have optical viewfinders anymore and that's a shame. This camera DOES have an optical viewfinder and that helps it to stand above the crowd. It also has an LED screen but such screens are nearly impossible to see in bright sunlight.
Summary: I've owned this camera for 6 months and it is one in a long line of Cannon camera's I have owned. There are no consumer cameras with better lenses and color rendition than Canon. I had some issues with my Canon $350 SD950 - but it was never picture quality - it was durability.
Summary: I bought this for my daughter when she was expecting her first child. She wanted a good camera before the baby came. She liked my camera, a Canon PowerShot A750, and wanted one like it. Well the price for the 750 had gone way up. I found this one, on Amazon, and emailed her the link.
Summary: First off, I cannot express enough how awesome the quality is on this camera! :) Everytime I pick it up to use it, I can almost always expect the best quality from any camera I've ever used, even in the video feature!
Summary: I am extremely satisfied with my purchase of this camera. My previous camera, which was my first digital camera, was a Polaroid i533. I had it for almost two years and the reason that I decided to purchase a new one was because the lack of viewfinder on the camera caused it to use batteries at an...
Summary: I bought this camera as a birthday gift for my daughter who wanted a small "point and shoot" to carry to her son's events without having to haul her big camera. She says it is truly "point and shoot" with the added bonus of making great pictures.
Summary: Very satisfied with the product. A very good camera...Excellent picture quality and yes it works as good as a video camera also. Just buy a high capacity storage card with this and you are all set... Just love what I bought...Good value for money, would highly recommend to others..
Summary: I'm of an age (62) where I've moved from "fuddy-duddy" to "fuzzy-wuzzy." In my prime I was a semi-serious photographer who knew what he was doing with a top-of-the-line 35mm camera and got terrific results.
Summary: I bought this camera in May 2009 for a trip my husband and I took to Alaska. It is a fantastic little camera and we are very happy with it. Cannon cameras are generally rated as a top choice for consumer reports and I just saw that a recent Consumer Reports magazine had this camera featured on the...