Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot S100 Digital Elph / Digital IXUS / IXY Digital (2000 model)
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Great camera, but some cons.
A. Bowman, Amazon
3 January 2002
Summary: I bought this camera at the end of August. With the camera I also bought a 128MB compact flash card, an extra battery, and a carrying case. I also recently bought Viking's IntelliFlash Memory Reader. The camera: Amazing size; it is literally about the size of a deck and a half of cards. It fits into my pants pocket or my chest pocket without a problem. Great pictures, especially in daylight.
Summary: I, as many others, have waited for many years for the convergence of price, features, size and ease of use to hit that happy center point. Well wait no more! This Camera is just plain FUN. I have had it for 5 months and barely a day has gone by that I haven't used it. It really changes the way you approach photography since you can edit on the fly, the instant feedback helps you shoot till you get it right! Trial and error - the best way.
Summary: I bought my camera based on recommendations from my other friends who own it. I am very pleased with my purchase. It's best to list the pros and cons of this camera: Pros: - smallest 2 megapixel camera availble. - light & easy to carry, fits into your shirt/jacket pocket. - "zoom" ability when previewing pictures - 2x zoom moves quickly - very good daylight pictures - very fast downloading of images to PC/Mac via USB cable - provided software works for Windows or Mac -...
Great camera! Perfect for serious but not professional user
Michael C. Reynolds "reynoldm", Amazon
14 January 2001
Summary: I bought this camera after looking around for a digital for quite sometime. I looked at so many cameras out there, but I decided on a few things I was looking for. First, I wanted at least 2 megapixels for high quality photos. And this camera delivers! I love the picture quality. Second, I wanted something from a brand known to be high quality. I have been happy with everything I have ever bought from Canon and I hear relatively few complaints about their products.
Summary: I researched digital cameras for months before finally buying this one. I'm thrilled with it. It's tiny. Amazingly tiny. It fits in any pocket, fits in my purse without me even realizing it's there, fits in my camcorder bag WITH the camcorder! I'm very pleased with the quality of pictures. Indoor photos can sometimes appear a little muddy, but that's correctable with photo software. I purchased the 128mb flash card--at $200, quite a percentage of camera cost.
Summary: I have used many digital cameras. This IS the best camera you can have for digital images if you want to: - Take quick pictures with excelent resolution - Hate to wait between shots - Download it fast to your computer - Have a great and easy to use bundled software - Travel with it without knowing you have it in your pocket I use digital cameras for taking great pictures and share it in web pages, or sending emails... This camera is perfect and not complicated to use.
Summary: This is a great point and shoot camera. I travel to Mexico a lot and the S100 is just so easy to keep in my little waist pack that reaching for it is second nature. No opportunity gets by me to record where I am or what I see. With the addition of a Viking 64MB flash card, I can capture over 80 shots without even thinking twice about capacity. Indoors, the built in flash is adequate under 10 feet but can overexpose a little close up.
Summary: I too have been checking out digital cameras for a long time. When the price dropped I jumped on this one. I absolutely love it. I've had it just over one month. I've developed pictures on-line several times and have been very happy. Though I have done the exact picture in two different (Kodak and Yahoo) and they both have different skin tone. Can't say which I like better, wish it was somewhere in between.
Summary: I purchased this camera recently to replace my Sony Mavica digital camera and to use alongside my Canon EOS 300 SLR camera. My initial concerns that the camera would not be compatible with my Pentium III 800 running Windows Millenium Edition were unfounded. I had downloaded the appropriate driver from the canon.com.au website and installed this, rather than the driver was on the Canon CD that came along with the camera.
Summary: I have owned at least 8 or 10 other cameras thru the years. In the 70's and 80's I used several 35mm SLR's, then got lazy and have had several 35mm point and shoot auto everything cameras. On two occasions I tried out APS format cameras, the latest being the Canon Elph 370Z. The APS format cannot hold a candle to 35mm for overall picture quality, but the size and feel of the Elph made up for some of the lost points. It's failure was in the flash department..