Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot ELPH 300 HS
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Value for money 6
18 March 2012
Summary: have only had the camera since christmas and the shutter jammed so i can no longer use it. however when i could, half of the time the photos turned out blurry, but when they weren't blurry they were nice...
Summary: Finally figured out that 12 megapixels is PLENTY for a compact camera. That is why these Canon cameras are so much more expensive even tho they have less megapixels than other cameras that cost less. So I have had several point-and-shoot cameras before and this one is probably my favorite.
Summary: Great point and shoot for low light shooting. Very small and easy to carry. In auto mode camera sets everything automatically. In Program mode you have the flexability to make changes for better pictures. At $149.00 it is a excellent camera for the money.
Summary: I am going overses in a few months and wanred a wide angle camera. I have always used Cannon, but do not want to carry my big rebel with lens. I have a cannon 7.1 px but wanted the wideer angle lens. This is hd and takes great pics.
Summary: I always judge a camera by the way it responds to a graphics program ! ( I use Corel PSP4 ) Often your see sample images from a camera that look good but when you process them they don't respond. This camera excels in this area and the videos looks great !
Summary: Nice compact size, great picture quality and functions available. We have 3 other Canon cameras, and love them all. Good quality for the price. Easy to use. Like the rechargable batteries. Used to have a camera with AA batteries and it cost a fortune.