Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot S300 / Digital IXUS 300 / IXY 300
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Fotorunn, REVIEW STREAM
19 November 2008
Excerpt: I think it is great that they haven’t added even more mega pixels, at 10 you get quite big files to you’ll fill your computer with and although the lens is good, it is in my opinion not sharp enough for more than 10 megapixels. There’s different colours to chose from, silver, white and grey. The design is a bit different from the former IXUS models.
Summary: Not the fastest printer,Not the quietest printer but one of the cheapest and most reliable printers I have ever owned. $4 used at the thrift store about 2 years ago now.My wife has been using it alot since she went back to school,mostly for text.I have never bought a cartridge since the day I got it.It has been refilled at least 20 times for probably less than fifty cents worth of ink per refill and still prints great.
Summary: This printer takes up a small amt of space, prints text very well, color printing is good also. It isn't fast,and it makes some noise, but these things aren't important to someone who has music playing while they work on the computer. We've had it just a month but it seems very economical. It uses BCI-24 ink cartridges which are cheap to buy & last a good amount of printing time.
Summary: I will make this brief: I am in the whole computer support, systems engineer, build-it-myself computer world. I have found the Canon S series of printers o be the best. I owned the S 330 and I bought the S 300 for my brother after the prior printer (Epson) he had wouldn't work half the time.
Summary: This is a WONDERFUL, discontinued Canon home printer. It's compact, prints well with decent speed and clarity. Useful for printing documents and can even print photos ok, depending on what use you have in mind for photo printing. If you don't need Epson quality, then this printer will more than do the job. The MOST important advantage of this printer is the cost of replacement cartridges. IMO, that is the reason Canon stopped making it.