Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot ELPH 130 IS
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20 March 2015
Summary: Beginning photographers have long been the target group for with its ELPH line of cameras. PowerShot ELPH cameras have had a distinctive thin and sharp-angled look for quite a few years, and they've also been made as easy to use as possible with few manual control features.
Excerpt: The Canon PowerShot Elph 130 IS has an 8x optical zoom lens, a 16-megapixel CCD sensor and built-in Wi-Fi. It takes images of very good overall quality but has slow shooting speeds. High-definition video recording is also limited to only 720p resolution.
Pros: Sturdy, metal body, 8x zoom, Built-in Wi-Fi, Above average image quality
Conclusion: When it comes to a simple point-and-shoot camera, it doesn’t get any more basic than the 130 IS. What you get for the slight premium is some style, an 8x optical zoom, and Wi-Fi. The 130 IS is ideal for people who want a small pocketable camera that’s easy to use; we can see this as an attractive...
Summary: Canon's Digital ELHPs have been popular for years, and for 2013, Canon continues to add to this legendary line of compact, yet capable point-n-shoot cameras. Their latest entry is the PowerShot ELPH 130 IS, a petite camera that is loaded with appealing features for a camera of this size and price.
Pros: Extremely thin and lightweight camera, Lens moves very fast through 8x optical zoom range, Image quality is adequate for a beginner-level point-n-shoot camera, especially flash photos, Images look very good in small prints and on computer screens, Camera is extremely easy to use, On-screen explan...
Cons: Very limited manual control options, Image quality doesn't support creating large prints, No single feature really stands out about this camera, Battery life is less than it should be, Shot to shot delays could be much better, especially when using the flash, Very little here to appeal to anyone ...