Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot SD400 / Digital IXUS 50 / IXY Digital 55
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Mugabi - Uganda, LetsGoDigital
8 November 2006
Excerpt: I previously owned a Canon IXUS II, a 3.2 Mega pixel camera which I used to take over 3000 quality pictures. I upgraded to the IXUS 50 after reading a review. I have to say that I'm disappointed. This Canon IXUS camera is incapable of taking good indoor or evening pictures.
Excerpt: I have this Canon IXUS 50 digital camera in my posession for the last 6 months and there was not a single day I have repented on my decision to buy this one!! Before buying this I made a thorough research because I was afraid to spend so much money …
SD400 is THE perfect camera - Great quality Pics - movies - and a Macro mode!
F. Daniel Endy "Truth Seeker", Amazon
5 March 2006
Summary: First, know that I'm very picky and tough to please. (Note that this review also applies to the new SD450 which mainly has a larger screen.) I had a Canon SD110 (2MP) camera for 3.5 years and I loved it. I took a while and did a lot of research to find it.
Summary: I have owned three different digital cameras so far. And the SD400 is by far the best of the lot. When chosing a digital camera, it is very important to consider the company and the quality of the parts used.
Summary: My wife and I purchased each a Canon Camera at the same time so I did a direct comparison between the two. My camera is the PowerShot A610. Hers is the SD400. The SD400 has it all over the A610 in quality of construction. It is stainless steel and all of the controls are highly refined.
Summary: This is an awesome camera. Good quality pictures, fast shutter speed, neat features, compact design. I loved it while it lasted. Too bad I can't comment about the battery life, because it stopped working on its first recharge cycle. The problem is that it is fragile.
Summary: Let me begin by saying that Canon makes exceptional digital cameras; the best in the market right now. This is because they have always used high quality components since they began manufacturing digital cameras. This one is no exception.
Summary: My younger brother, who loves to take photographs, had been pestering me to get him a camera of his own. After a lengthy survey of the various brands, models and prices, I decided to get him a Canon PowerShot SD400.
Great for tiny camera: bring on a dock next time !
18 November 2005
Summary: I agree with all of the positive remarks from others but I have A HUGE Suggestion for the Canon engineers and designers working on the next batch of models: ADOPT THE IDEA OF A DOCKING STATION FOR BATTERY CHARGING AND IMAGE TRANSFER!
Summary: Canon is one of the best camera makers in the world. Compared to the previous SD200 that I owned, the Canon Powershot SD400 is a sleek and powerful camera. The metallic casing on the sides makes the camera seem much greater than it is.