Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot SD1300 IS / IXUS 105 / IXY 200F
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Not the same as old Canons
1 June 2015
Summary: Cameras aren't what they used to be. I have a Canon Powershot 3MP camera that I bought around 2004 that is still hanging in there. I upgraded in order to get more MP but this camera isn't of the same quality as the old one.
Very disappointed compared to my SD450, a poor upgrade.
17 December 2014
Summary: Very poor upgrade to my Canon Powershot SD450, the pictures are not nearly as good and have had issues with 2 battery packs now. Both OEM Canon, not cheap Chinese copies. Especially poor in low light conditions despite it having 1600 ISO and my SD450 only having 400!!
Summary: I do not see what the big deal about this camera is. The zoom has terrible quality. The auto feature never takes a good picture. All the people or animals in my picture look like they had a spotlight on them. Nothing In the background is lit.
Summary: I previously had a Nikon point and shoot camera. The picture quality was acceptable, but it was extremely slow. So I decided to get a Cannon camera instead. Normally, a person can rely on Amazon reviewers and get a good results. Oddly, this does not appear to be the case with cameras.
Summary: This camera is an OK point-and-shoot, but I've definitely had better. It often has trouble focusing, and the shutter speed is very slow. For example, taking a picture in a bar takes 20+ seconds, which makes for awkward standing-together-when-is-the-flash-going-to-go-off pictures.
Summary: Be aware of picture quality issues with this camera: - Shots are often out of focus unless you're outside in daylight - Colors often aren't true - Contrast is often off with light areas being over exposed and darks too dark. The pictures lose their detail and look unnatural.
Summary: I have had a lot of point and shoot camera's over the years, and when my last one broke I was excited to find this one on sale. I have owned precious Cannon PowerShots, but this one was a real let down.
Summary: Considering the fact that Canon was known to be a top selling camera brand, it made sense to purchase one. I bought it about one month ago and within the first week, it kept on reading a "Memory card error" message.