Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot A2100 IS
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2 September 2009
Summary: I have had Canon cameras for quite a few years now & have been very impressed with them. I usually have had the smaller Powershot cameras, but decided on this one due to the zoom. I have been very impressed with this camera as far as the photos it has taken. I tried out the zoom & was able to get a close shot of a squirrel in a tree that was very clear. The only reason I didn't give this camera an excellent rating is that it doesn't have a view finder.
Summary: Two things, in my opinion,that are lacking with this camera, Manual setting needs more user options, and it could have sturdier construction. I do like every thing else about his camera,ie, picture quality, ease of handling, compactness, etc. It pretty much satisfies the reason I purchased it.
Summary: I wonder why anyone would buy anything else, GREAT picture quality, easy to use, compact size uses regular AA batteries. The only thing I would like would be a view finder, I really prefer to shoot pictures that way so thats the only reason why I don't give this camera the highest possible score.
Summary: It takes the best pictures ive ever seen for a compact digital camera.12.1 mp great zoom,easy to use,easy to download pics and easy to hook up to printer to print pics.I would very much so recommend this camera to anyone.(Iam using it to take pics of real estate.
Summary: i bought this camera for a christening i was going to, i printed off some excellent photo's (A4 size) with my canon printer with fantastic results which i have put into an album. the quallity is brilliant.
Summary: Firstly, I am no camera expert. I love taking photo's but am a point and shoot kinda gal. Its super simple to use. Great face recognition feature and the zoom on it is the best of its kind I've experienced. I've taken some wonderful snaps already on it. Really pleased with it so far...
Summary: Takes AA batteries, a hard to find feature now. IMHO a camera that doesn't take AA batteries is unfit to be a travel camera. The Canon replacements are either (1) fatter but still with AA batteries, or (2) have a silly and annoying automatic pop-up flash. As I said, buy it while you can. Becasue it is superceded there are some good deals on this if you look.
Summary: Bought this camera to replace my old Sony cybershot, which a theiving little scumbag decided to releive me of, I had done a lot of research and this one seemed to fit the bill, it uses AA batteries or rechargables which means if your batteries do run out you will not have to look to far to buy replacements. I also wanted a camera that uses SD card (fits straight into TV) rather than the Sony memory stick.