Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot SD3500 IS / IXUS 210 / IXY 10S
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Gallant first attempt at the touch screen.
Mischievous Mouse "McG", Amazon
28 February 2011
Summary: I upgraded from the SD630, which I've had since mid-2006. I loved my old SD. What I love about the SDs are the wide-angle shots, the vivid coloration choice, the image stitch guide, and the general image quality. And so, I figured I'd try sticking with the SD line.
Summary: I still want to love this camera. Touch screen is great, video capability is good, size is nice and small. However I tend to agree with some of the other posts that the pictures are somewhat grainy / not sharp (of course especially for indoor shots).
Summary: I got this new from Amazon to replace my Canon SD450 that I lost. In general, all the description and marketing messages are true. The touchscreen works well and the bells and whistles are nice. However, to my dismay, the camera has 1 fatal flaw and 1 minor annoyance: 1.
Summary: I don't know why, but I didn't like this camera. I have a huge D90 amateur professional camera and always take with me a portable Canon Powershot cam. My old cam was a Canon Powershot SD550 and my initial impression about this new one is that the pieces an external finish it's very bad.
Summary: I bought this Canon SD3500 to replace my existing Canon SD850. I was looking forward to the larger display, the touch screen and the HD video feature of the SD3500. When I received the camera, I took a few test shots. Initially, the pictures looked fine on the camera's 3.5" display.
Summary: Canon has a good reputation in digicams and I have been wanting a Canon ultra-compact P&S for some time. Looked at the SD980 first, but heard some negative comments on its LCD. So I grabbed the SD3500. The best way to test it is to compare with my other digicams.
Summary: I agree 100% with Cnet's review. I asked a travelling friend to buy me a decent camera. He bought this camera at Brussel Airport. He was told by the salesman that there were two types of the same model. The one made in China cost Euro 139.00 and the Japanese Model cost Euro 339.00.
Pros: Canon's International Brand Reputation. Good close range indoor pictures in the dark.
Summary: Product actually did not appeared so great as it looks or shows up in specifications. It is less in performance then my previous camera of same price but which I cannot find anymore in UK market.
Summary: Good camera but I found that the photo's are only true in the centre of the lens, the pictures on the outer perimeter tend to be distorted. I found the cheaper Ixus camera's to take better photo's.