Canon PowerShot ELPH 100 HS / IXUS 115 HS
Good photo quality.
Slightly better low light performance than CCDbased predecessor.
Compact, stylish metal body.
Comes in five colors.
Optical image stabilization.
3inch LCD has average outdoor.
Very good low light visibility, Smart Auto mode picks.
Reasonable price tag.
Fantastic image quality.
Full HD Movies.
Large range of scene modes and filters.
Excellent noise performance.
Lengthy linear exposure mode menu.
Average continuous shooting speeds.
No optical zoom in video modes.
Buttons may be too small for those with large hands.
Color shift in yellows makes some colors seem muted.
Some noticeable chromatic aberration at wide-angle.
Slightly lower-than-average battery life.
High-speed burst wasn't quite as fast as advertised.
Images are slightly noisy at low ISOs.
Some highlight clipping and purple fringing at times.
Movie mode issues.
24 fps frame rate isn't great for capturing fastmoving subjects.
Full resolution burst.
LCD screen not the highest specification.
No manual control.
Missing a few features.
By Camera Labs on December 01, 2011
see how it compares to the next two models in the Canon ELPH / IXUS range. Compared to Canon ELPH 300 HS / IXUS 220 HS The ELPH 300 HS / IXUS 220 is the next model up from the ELPH 100 HS / IXUS 115 HS in the range. It has a smaller...83
By The Imaging Resource on November 12, 2011
Canon's PowerShot ELPH models are generally easy to recommend; that's true with the Canon 100 HS. It's the year's easiest pick as a bargain all-around camera, with good looks and good image quality. We appreciated the Canon 100 HS's...-
By CNET Australia on November 07, 2011
The IXUS 115 is a nifty compact that will fit in your pocket, but won't dent it with a heavy...79
By DigitalCameraInfo on September 16, 2011
Point-and-shoots tend to concern themselves with extra features to stand out from the dozens of choices. Touchscreens, long zoom-ranges, share buttons, and special effects are all well and dandy, but the Canon PowerShot ELPH 100 HS (MSRP $199)...-
By InsideHW on September 03, 2011
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By DigitalVersus on August 16, 2011
The Canon Ixus 115 HS is a nice surprise, boasting good internal electronics, a pleasant build and a sleek design, all for a price at which basic CCD sensors, harsh plastics and TN screens are still the order of the day. Canon just needs to improve...80
By Web User on August 08, 2011
This tiny camera packs a big photographic punch, taking the best pictures and video of all the models we tested. It’s also the most expensive, though we think its superior quality is worth paying the extra for. The generous 3in screen is...-
By The Digital Camera Resource Page on August 07, 2011
The entry level Canon ELPH models have always been favorites of mine, and the new PowerShot ELPH 100 HS continues that tradition. While it doesn't do anything radical (unless you count the switch from CCD to CMOS), the ELPH offers a solid design,...-
By GadgetSpeak on June 17, 2011
If I keep saying it long enough I might believe it, it’s not pink, it’s not pink it’s purple. Here I am looking at one of Canons latest Ixus cameras its purple but I am very pleased to say that is only one of the colours it comes...84
By What Digital Camera on May 27, 2011
Whenever a new IXUS camera arrives, it does so with a certain weight of expectation behind it. The IXUS 115 HS, with its full specification, HS technology and reasonable-for-an-IXUS price tag, certainly has as much of this weight as any. However, the...90