Excerpt: I bought my D10 because I wanted a small rugged camera I could take on vacations instead of my bulky dSLR. The D10 seemed a good choice, as I had good experiences with Canon Powershot cameras before, and it had received good reviews here on dpreview.
Cons: This camera says it is shockproof, BUT the lens is on a slide and that slide has a tenancy of binding up. SEARCH the internet and you will find similar stories. I loved this camera until it started giving me a lens error and Canon told me they couldn't do anything for me. The lens error only caus...
Summary: I bought this camera for a cruise. I worked well, took great pictures until it leaked and died. I returned it to the company and they repaired it. A year later it leaked in only 3 feet of water.
Summary: I ONLY buy Canon cameras, it was no big decision to purchase this very much anticipated waterproof camera 3 months ago. I read the reviews regarding water leakage, and lens error messages, but purchased it anyway.
Summary: I've had this camera for almost a year, and loved it. Great photos for a small "field trip" camera. I purchased in primarily so I could have a good camera at the beach and around water without worrying about it getting ruined by sand or water.
Slow shutter speed like the original digital cameras - bummer!
Wine Junkie, Amazon
30 July 2009
Summary: I am a huge Canon fan and when I saw this new camera I was excited becase I had dropped and broken so many point and shoot cameras. But, before buying anything I always like to do my research. Most reviews were good, but they all commented on the shutter speed.
Summary: I was disappointed in the fact that the camera does not have a setting for action shots. Used it for first time in Hawaii as I stood in the surf and took photos of son standing on boogie board. Generally the photos for other circumstances are good.
Summary: I bought this camera in September 2010. It worked OK for a while, but then developed the regularly mentioned "lens error", which was repaired under warranty. In July 2011 the camera displayed "lens error" again, and was replaced with a new camera by Amazon.
Summary: the first time our d10 got the lens error, we blamed it on my brother who borrowed it, when we bought our SECOND camera and the water STILL got inside.... i think it's already the camera's faulty waterproofing that's got to be blamed! i feel sorry for us for trusting cannon now.