Canon IXUS i7 - Action photos|
According to Joshua Waller: "The camera's switch on time is very quick and takes around 1.2 seconds to switch on and take a photo. Focusing is quick at around 0.4 seconds - shutter response is quick at around 0.1 seconds. Shot to shot time is around 1.5 seconds (with review off), with flash on this slows down to around 5 seconds between shots. Playback mode is very quick, and its easy to zoom in on your last shot and check for blur with the zoom control. Moving from picture to picture is very quick. Moving around the different menu options is rapid."
Canon Digital IXUS i7 compact camera - Operation
Joshua continues: "Using the camera is fairly straightforward, simply switch it on and start taking photos, however, when you want to use some of the more advanced features of the camera it can becomes more complicated, due to some of the hidden functions (such as the sharpness, contrast, and saturation controls). Switching between the modes is easy thanks to the mode switch on the back of the camera and once you find all the options the camera becomes fairly easy to use, and it is fairly easy to use the more basic functions of the camera - for example it's easy to switch between the photo, video and playback modes."
Canon Digital IXUS i7 test
"The higher ISO settings of ISO800 and ISO1600 are probably best avoided and noise is slightly higher than average. Indoors photos were good, although noise was noticeable and red-eye was quite frequent. Purple fringing was noticed in one of the shots, but wasn't a problem in the majority of shots. The camera was good at focusing indoors thanks to the focus assist lamp. I did not notice any vignetting, barrel or pincushion distortion.", concludes Joshua. You want to learn more about the Canon digital camera? Continue to read the Canon Digital IXUS i7 review at DigiCamReview!