Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot ELPH 320 HS
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This camera has a nice, wide angle and is fairly easy to operate
31 January 2015
Summary: This camera has a nice, wide angle and is fairly easy to operate, but it can be a bit fiddly at times. Other than the power button, zoom lever, and the shoot button on top and the play button on the lower back, it is all touch screen controlled. It took me some time to find the right configuration to disable some touch screen features, such as touch screen tap to take a picture, but after that it has caused me little trouble.
New Mac operating system is to sophisticated for camera :(
Jaime Stavola, Amazon
13 January 2015
Summary: Bought this camera for my mother for christmas. She loved the idea of a wi-fi compatible camera and not having to always be near a computer to upload images. The idea behind the camera is great with the wi-fi aspect. We have purchased many canon cameras in the past from simple point and shoots, to SLR and digital cameras. This was the most disappointing camera from Canon.
We love the large touchscreen and on screen controls of this ...
Brian M. Lew, Amazon
13 January 2015
Summary: We love the large touchscreen and on screen controls of this camera. It is in a familiar ELPH form factor/shape/size as our previous Canon was so that was a plus as well. The wireless capabilities allows us to easily view the photos on the iPad instead of cycling through them on the camera and pressing the buttons so many times. Battery life isn't that great, so I suggest grabbing an extra or extras.
Summary: Love this camera; it has all the features I need in a compact point-and-shoot. My only complaint is that the wi-fi feature stopped working after a few months, so no more wireless transmittal of the photos. I love the movie digest, and loved the wi-fi feature until it stopped working. It takes clear photos and sharp videos.
Summary: Fantastic P+S. Doesn't scale so well to high ISOs, but I wouldn't expect it to. The images coming off it are sharp with great colors. The video is the best you can expect from a P+S; the image stabilization makes all the difference in the world. Great for vlogging, for travel, for family photos, for everything you'd use a P+S camera for.
Summary: I purchased this camera to avoid always carrying my Nikon D60 everywhere I go. I haven't had a lot of time to tweek it and test it. But,the time I have had with it,makes me very happy I purchased it. The touch screen takes getting used too. But so did cell phones when they switched to touch screen. Its a beautiful camera and shoots great quality. Video is crisp and clean! I highly recommend this product! Price/shipping/description...All are A+!
Summary: This camera rocks my socks! No really, it's a great little point-n-shoot. If you add the hacked up firmware to a SDcard and boot that up, it's pretty spectacular, too. The wireless features are not optimal, in my opinion, but they work well enough to get on a WPA2 protected network, and connect up to iPhones, computers, or Android devices. The touch screen is also a little weird on how it responds, but it's quite usable.
Summary: Found this named the top inexpensive point-and-shoot from The Wirecutter blog (sort of like a blog version of Consumer Reports, where they test and vet all kinds of electronics) and I've been pretty happy with it in my year of ownership. It's very programmable if you know specific settings, and has a lot of preset lighting conditions or situational conditions to choose from. In low light it can produce a fuzzy image, but that's pretty common for point-and-shoots.