Summary: Let's face it ... the point n' shoot digital camera market is saturated with quality cameras that all are capable of delivering good quality photographs. However ... Canon is one of the few that offers some features others don't. First and foremost is a VIEWFINDER.
Summary: i just going to keep this camera because i did realize people dont buy it and give bAD reviews about it but this camera makes so much nices pictures also this camera is different and people dont want to buy it it cost almost new in box 45 dollars thats why am going to keep it
Summary: I will give it 5 stars because it is a great little camera for its category of small point and shoot. You aren't going to always get professional SLR quality images, but that's not what this camera is.
Summary: I am a Flight Attendant for a major USA carrier and travel alot internationally and domestic. It is small enough to stick inside my tote bag and travels very well in a front pocket should I need it on the go. Takes awesome pictures with just a click. I have not had any issues with this at all.
Summary: I thought this camera was really great. I bought a Canon of the same level only about 2 years ago, and this one as a gift, and I can definitely see a change in the quality of pictures. MUCH better than my 2 year old camera, and I am still pleased with those pictures. I like how small it is.
Summary: Great sporty camera. Love that it uses AA batteries and has a REAL viewfinder (which is essential in bright sunlight or when running low on battery power). Be gentle with the battery/memory card cover, as it is not that sturdy.
Summary: Love my new Power Shot E1. I'm a novice when it comes to digital cameras and find the E1 very user friendly. Takes excellent pictures. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for an inexpensive camera and one that is easy to use.