Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot A2000 IS
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Battery door goes bad
31 March 2014
Summary: I have owned two of these and both have a similar issue after a while, the battery door not closing tight enough to make contact with the batteries which renders the camera useless. The issue appeared on the first camera after a slight bump on a table edge which cause the little hook on the camera body side to break off. On the second camera the door actually developed a crack for no apparent reason which caused it to no longer close tightly.
Summary: I have used this camera for a few years. It still works well and has quite a few photo enhancing perks. I tend to just take photos on a manual setting. If I were a serious photographer I would want a higher zoom.
Summary: Unfortunately most reviews are written pretty soon after buying cameras. My husband and i each have one of these bought about 6 months apart. We loved them the first year for all the reasons mentioned by other reviewers. Then fisrt mine and then my husband's started eating batteries. after only a few pictures the battery warnng light would come on.
Summary: I was looking for a smaller digital camera that would still have the clarity (10MP) and also a good zoom lense (6X). This little Canon Powershot provided me with just that. It seemed I never had my larger camera available whenever something came up that I wanted a picture of. I checked Amazon and found this little Canon Powershot. It takes excellent and clear pictures, and the 6X zoom lense brings in the scenary and wildlife shots to give me beautiful pictures.
The Canon Powershot A2000IS is a great camera for the price
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The Canon Power Shot A2000 IS camera is easy to use and takes great pictures. The 6X zoom is impressive for such a small camera. My daughter wanted to get a picture of someone standing 25 yards away. I was surprised at the detail the camera picked up. With its 10 mega pixels, it takes great pictures, especially for a for a camera under $200. The camera also has easy to use function settings, ie action, night scene, indoor, portrait, landscape, etc.
Really good quality and value for a point-and-shoot
9 September 2012
Excerpt: This is a nicer point-and-shoot camera model. Canon is the brand I trust most for quality and reliability, and this camera has been good for the most part. The biggest downside is the slowness between taking pictures, particularly when using the flash. That lag is always annoying, particularly when you're trying to snap multiple pictures. However, there are lots of good attributes, and given the price I'd say the positives outweigh the negatives.