Excerpt: Had a problem with the lens not retracting and freezing the camera. Contacted Canon and they sent me PrePaid postage to send it for repair, Turn around was 8 days and the camera was completely fixed for free. Greatest camera service ever experienced
... my second camera from Cannon and although they have pretty great customer service
11 March 2015
Summary: This was my second camera from Cannon and although they have pretty great customer service, I will be trying a different camera brand next time I purchase. My issues are with the lens and it constantly getting jammed.
Summary: Camera has a message "“Lens Error. Will Shut Down Automatically. Restart Camera “ and the lens will not retract. Camera is totally non-functional after only 18 months of use. The exact problem is posted on Canon's website as a product advisory but our serial numbers are not within the range for free...
Summary: I agree with all the positive reviews on image quality, manual adjustments, RAWness, and size. I will add that this camera has lived for the last two years in either the rear pocket of a bicycle shirt (in a plastic bag), a backpack, or a pants pocket. I haven't had a single issue.
Summary: Those cameras has a factory defect , Lens error. The lens does not close. Canon repairs some for free if the serial number starts from 29... to 41.... Others, they can fix for $150 plus shipping when they new one costs $190!!!
Summary: This camera is notorious for lens errors. Mine is broken and Canon is trying to charge me to fix it even though it is a KNOWN error. My camera is still even under warranty. DO NOT BUY THIS MODEL.
Summary: I love this camera! I have had it for a year now and have nothing but great things to say. This is probably my fourth or fifth digital camera and it is by far the best. I get comments all the time on how great my pictures look.
Excerpt: Even as a professional, I hated carrying around my DSLR, and I was craving a pocketable camera that gave me the ability to use all the manual controls that I always use. Man, did this little gem fill the bill!
Summary: Pros: Small (but not tiny); typically straightforward Canon controls; easy to adjust; a multitude of available settings; high quality photos for a point-and-shoot. Flexible options from auto to full manual. Low-light capability better than smaller point-and-shoots.
Excerpt: I really love this little happy snap. It takes great pictures, and it saves me from dragging around my D300. I'll just nitpick on my biggest complaint- the pop of flash. Let's face it, you are going to get red-eye whether you have a pop up, or built in/stationary flash so why have something that...