Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot ELPH 320 HS
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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...
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.
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.
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...
Summary: I had a little cheaper Canon Powershot that was great. This was a nice upgrade. I'm no expert, but find this camera quite useful. One annoying flaw: from what I can tell, it does not charge off of the USB.
Summary: I really like this camera! Easy to use and with a few clicks of some buttons, you can upload pics to your computer via wi-fi. Pictures are literally perfect every time. You don't have to wait forever for it to focus to take a pic whether close up or far away.