Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot SD3500 IS / IXUS 210 / IXY 10S
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photoshopuser, DP Review
29 November 2014
Excerpt: I had this camera with me when I was traveling and I was happy with it all the way, the touch screen worked very well and the weight was really nice. The pictures were very good sharp and clean. I had no problems with it at all and was very pleased I will buy this camera again if it was still available today.
Summary: I wish I had purchased this exact same camera after I dropped and busted the display but I went for another Canon but it is no where near the quality and compactness of this one. Truly a great little camera.
Summary: This is my second Canon point-and-shoot camera, and maybe the 6th one in my family. They have the easiest menu navigation along with a wide variety of features that come in handy when you want to be artsy or stupid. I have my camera set to take the highest quality pictures, which means each one takes up a good amount of space. I bought a big memory card specifically for that reason.
Summary: I use this camera far more than my expensive DSLR. Easy to carry, descent pictures with way more than enough control settings for the average person. My favorite feature though is the full length touch screen on the backside. This allows most of the controls to be performed by touch, but also allows a full camera size screen preview of a scene that my older eyes can see at arms length above my head for instance.
Summary: First of all, don't read any reviews that critique this digital camera as if it should hold it's own against a professional model. That's just rediculous. This camera makes photography fun with it's clor swap mode, video or photo, and a good variety of effects on video or photo. One drawback I find with the video is there is no way to use fades and wipes between scenes. I must also say the image quality isn't too shabby either .