Reviews and Problems with Canon PowerShot SD940 IS / Digital IXUS 120 IS / IXY 220 IS
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Canon Digital IXUS 120 IS / PowerShot SD940 IS ELPH
1 January 2010
Summary: The Canon Digital IXUS 120 IS / PowerShot SD940 IS Digital ELPH is a 12.1 Megapixel compact with a stabilised 4x optical zoom lens, and a 2.7in LCD screen. Just 20mm thin, it's Canon's slimmest IXUS / ELPH to date with a wide-angle lens.
Pros: Slim and stylish design., 720p HD video and HDMI port., Excellent image quality., Redesigned menu with hints.
Cons: No optical zoom when filming video., Slow continuous shooting., Poor battery life., Playback category data not written to file.
Summary: The Canon IXUS 120 IS is a lovely little camera. It’s well made, looks great, is easy to use, performs well in all lighting conditions, and it even takes a decent picture. The only real problem is its extremely high price. If it was £100 cheaper it would almost be a bargain.
Excerpt: Another in the range from Canon of their superb IxusDigitalCameras. If anything I think this one is even smaller, but, this does not mean the image quality suffers in any way. This unit is an amazing 12.1MP and gives superb images.
Excerpt: The Canon IXUS 120 IS is one of the smaller pocket digital cameras. You should have no problem slipping it into most pockets. It has 12 megapixels and a wide angle, 4x optical zoom lens. Canon has included image stabilisation and also High Definition movies with the IXUS 120 IS.
Pros: Picture quality, style, build quality, HD movies, turn on time