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Pockedsized perfect for onthego photo ops, Wide array of customizable settings, Light without feeling flimsy.
Small, stylish, reasonable image quality
Excellent image quality, Solid build quality, Clear, vibrant LCD screen.
Good reproduction of colors, Good ISO values till 800, Wide angle lens, Excellent fit and finish
Good looking, easy-to-use design; very good photo quality.
Poor performance in lowlight conditions, Slow processing at times.
Occasional highlight loss, no HD recording
No optical viewfinder, Lacks HD video
No HD recording, Limited set of features
Slow continuous shooting, No optical zoom while filming, Optical viewfinder now gone.
Basic feature set for its price.
By Digital Home Thoughts on April 27, 2011
This is not a technical review of the camera. This model has been out for a while, and has been examined in its full photo-taking glory by many experts. Instead this is a review of what it's like for a total amateur to own and operate this camera....
By DigitalVersus on February 17, 2011
The Ixus 105 is a pleasant pocket camera. It's easy to use and takes decent pictures in most day-to-day situations. However, in low light it's let down by a disappointing screen and a slow telephoto mode. The lack of HD video could also put some...
By PC Mag on January 15, 2011
Canon markets its PowerShot SD1300 IS ($179.99 direct)—just a step below the SD1400 IS (4 stars, $229.99 direct)—as a camera that captures your world as much as your originality. So in hopes of keeping with that theme, this 12.1 megapixel...
By What Digital Camera on November 26, 2010
Canon's IXUS line has long been a favourite with both the style-conscious and those wanting a reliable standard of image quality, and its newest additions continue to fit plenty of functionality into a small package. The IXUS 105 may be positioned...
By PhotoRadar on November 25, 2010
The Canon IXUS 105 is slightly chunkier than its more expensive brother in the IXUS range, the 130, but it's still got a stylish exterior that fits snugly in a pocket. Available in a range of colours, the 105 is aimed squarely as a 'party'...
By ConsumerSearch on November 01, 2010
The Canon PowerShot SD1300 IS is a great ultra-compact camera, according to reviewers. In one test, it beats under-$180 competitors from seven different brands. Experts and users say it's simple to operate, and it takes good photos in most...
By Digital Camera Buyer on September 02, 2010
The Canon IXUS 105 is a stylish shooter that takes good pictures overall. A competent all-rounder for beginners that sadly is lacking in features and videoOverall ...
By Tbreak.com on August 25, 2010
Whether it is worth the extra AED 100 depends on your average usage and desired results. At the end of the day, both the IXUS 105 and PowerShot A3100 IS are very capable offerings by Canon for the point and shoot...
By Steves Digicams on August 09, 2010
One of Canon's affordable PowerShot cameras, the SD1300 IS has to be the simplest Digital ELPH to date. This unit doesn't boast any amazing features or any other "Jazz" like that. Instead, this tiny guy is straight to the point. You get...
By DigitalCameraReview on July 13, 2010
Canon updates its highly popular and successful PowerShot SD series with the SD1300. With a lean build and limited user input, it's a great option for...
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