Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot SD900 / IXUS 900 Ti / IXY 1000
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Canon SD900 Digital Elph Camera
25 July 2014
Excerpt: This is a great digital camera. It has 10 megapixels and the pictures are super clear. I love using this and it is so easy to use. Figuring out how to use the flash, or the different settings or zooming in and out is no big deal.
Summary: Nice little pocket camera easy to take everywhere. It is also the smallest current camera that offers a view finder. I like view finders especially outdoors when the screen becomes hard to see like in all things digital. It has good settings and properly used will take excellent photos.I have other larger cameras with more zoom and custom settings that I use for special projects, but this camera sees lots of snapshot use due to its portability and good photos.
Summary: Bought this for my wife to use as a dive camera. In the cannon underwater housing it works very good. Best underwater camera for the money, very inexpensive option I would recommend this for anyone looking for a good cheap dive camera.
Summary: I bought this camera to replace another just like it. It is the only small camera with a view finder that works and takes great pictures. It has the simple settings necessarey to take both normal and macro pictures and has a control of the flash without changing the function setting. Just turn off the flash. Very versital and a great companion to my larger Cannon DSLR camera.
Summary: I like this camera so much. My new camera is ELPH SD1400IS it is 14.2M. My old camera ELPH SD900 10M give me better picture more then the new camera 14.1M. But for video the new camera are better. Just take my work about this camera buy it and buy extra battery and you will be ready to get nice picture ever.
Canon SD-900: sharp, high contrast images in a subcompact package.
11 September 2011
Summary: I have a collection of Canon digital Elphs including the S-400, S-500, SD-800IS, SD-850IS and now the SD-900. I reviewed my excellent SD-850IS earlier, but it was stolen. I compared my used SD-800IS, which I'm very happy with, to the used SD-900. I tested with auto mode and manual mode where I turned the flash off and kicked the ISO up. In low light situations, I was a bit disappointed with the 900 compared with the 800IS, given the large 1/1.7 senor on the 900.
Summary: A decent camera. I primarily use it for underwater photography. Takes good shots, and the zoom with the elph has produced good pics.... The high def video is nice as well.... Over all, I'm satisfied with it, and would recommend it to anyone who needs quality for a low price.. This is my second sd900. I would've upgraded to a newer camera with more features-filters-settings, but my underwater housing is model specific.