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. It only …
Summary: I like my Canon Elph very much. It is not a perfect camera, but it is great for my needs. The main components that make it a good camera for me: 1. Being able to use either the screen or the optical viewer -- so few cameras have that last option, including most of the Canon P&S cameras. 2.
Summary: I love this camera so much that I bought a replacement "just in case". Never had to use the spare camera yet, even though the original one got soaked in an icy river crossing. Thought it was a goner, but after drying out for 2 days, and recharging the battery, it's good as new!
Summary: the camera is exactly the same as the one I dipped in the lake...oops! It works with the model-specific water case that I should have used to avoid this predicament! The camera was in great used condition, exactly as specified, complete with manuals, charger and extra battery, as well as a 2 mg...
Summary: I bought this for my father in law as he wanted to get into digitial photography but didn't want anything large or complicated. I think Canon has some of the best lenses and imaging software so I I decided to give him this one. It didn't disappoint.
Summary: I have had my Canon PowerShot for a little more than a year and really enjoy using it. It takes spectacular photos that enlarge well. Like many others, I had trouble with it early on with the dreaded "lens error" message.
Junk, "Lens Error Problem is common, no fix, camera junked after this..."
6 April 2008
Summary: Fell in love with this camera, used it for 2 years, then out of the blue, the lens would not retract and a message of "lens error, please restart camera" comes up, changing batteries did not fix it, nothing did. Looked on the Internet and found this is a common problem.