Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot SD4500 IS / IXUS 1000 HS / IXY 50S
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Pascal Parvex, DP Review
2 February 2014
Excerpt: I have owned this camera for several years now, since 2011. I used it at concerts to shoot pictures of the singer and it performed very well. I also use it as my everday camera in my pocket. I should have used a protective cover, as the lens cover does not work properly anymore, I have to open and close it fully by hand. But other than that, it is a great camera with great looks. I own the silver version.
Summary: great easy to use point and click camera just what I need for the pictures I take.recommended camrera for the non - professional looking for an easy to use , fun and compact carmera to have on hand.
Summary: This little camera takes great pictures and video. We use it when we want better quality than the cell phones we carry around. It does seems a little slow to focus and 'click' for quick pictures.
Summary: Awesome little camera! Nice long zoom and GREAT low light pictures. All the little extras are cool and fun to mess with. Ours has been on half a dozen vacations and never missed a step. The battery life is a little short but never put us out. Just buy an extra battery and your set.
GREAT LITTLE CAMERA TO HAVE ON HAND FOR PHOTOS WHENEVER YOU WANT THEM.
7 October 2012
Summary: IT'S A VERY CONVENIENT POCKET SIZE CAMERA...IT TAKES A WHILE TO FIGURE OUT ALL OF THE BELLS AND WHISTLES AND NUMEROUS FEATURES ...CANON HAS A VERY EXCEPTIONAL TECH SUPPORT LINE WHICH IS EASILY AVAILABLE TO PHONE WITH QUESTIONS...THE BATTERY LIFE IS VERY POOR AND IT IS A NUISANCE TO KEEP CHARGING AND REPLACING BATTERIES.
Summary: I love the Canon ELPHs - my first one was a PowerShot SD400. I hated giving up the very small pocket size. The PowerShot Sd4500IS is a much better camera with image stabilization and the 10x optical zoom. My zoom pictures are not blurry anymore - and I can zoom way in compared to my old camera. These features are great for me since I like to take a lot of bird photos. The viewing screen on the back is much bigger, too.