Summary: This is a easy and fun little camera. It takes great pictures and has very good instructions on its operation. I can put it in a small case and put it on my belt so it is always with me. It is so easy to use that even my wife can take great pictures.
Summary: This is my 4th Canon point and shoot (I still have cameras #2 and #3; they reside in the glovebox of my cars, in case I need to grab a camera quickly to take a picture) . Each successive generation of the Canon SD line does more than the last, at a lower price. You can take a picture of the subject only 2" away from the lens, great for insects, coins, etc - none of my other cameras - including one that cost a lot more - can focus this closely (excluding DSLRs)..
Summary: We've had a number of Canon cameras, and they have all been excellent. This one is no exception, but it's particularly astonishing that for $128, it can take 240 frame per second movies. Sure, they are lower resolution, but this means you can do simple high-speed photography. I'm using it in a high school engineering class to take pictures of projectiles in motion.
Summary: I did a TON of research, and finally decided on this camera, and I'm really happy with it. My mom was impressed enough to get one too. The picture quality is awesome, the speed is decent, and the settings are helpful but still quick and easy to use. Overall, this is the perfect point-and-shoot if you're artistic but you don't want to spend the time or money on a DSLR. I would definitely buy this again.
Summary: This is certainly the best pocket camera I have ever owned. It is the perfect size to fit in your pocket or bag. It is a bit heavy but I think that is what adds to its sturdy quality. The burst mode takes more pics in a sec then you would ever need. the functions are very easy to use. I had dropped the last one numerous time. Then I dropped it down 4 cement flights of stairs. It still turned on but the lens did not function correctly.