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Abstract: The Canon Ixus 230HS is another offering in possibly the best range of small pocket cameras around. This is the latest Ixus offering, Canon do another ‘smaller’ unit the PowerShot apart from their many offerings in the DSLR market place....
Excellent image quality, even at high ISOs, Slim metal body, High quality 8x zoom lens, Responsive autofocus, Good value for money
Menu button oddly positioned, Limited exposure control, 8.7fps shooting limited to 3MP resolution
Canon's IXUS range has long been synonymous with stylishly designed compact metal-bodied cameras, such as the IXUS 310 HS, IXUS 220 HS and IXUS 115 HS. The latest line of IXUS cameras, including this Canon IXUS 230 HS and the more expensive Canon IXUS ...
Excellent build quality, Image quality is consistent at telephoto settings, 1080p HD video with stereo sound and zoom, Simple, clear interface
Chromatic aberration is a problem, Lens lacks sharpness, particularly around the edges of wideangle shots, Sound recording could be better
The Canon Ixus 230 HS is a nice enough little camera that's pleasant to handle and gives satisfactory results. However, we were a bit disappointed by the picture quality and the quality of sound recorded in video mode. All in all, we still prefer the I...
Published: 2011-11-01, Author: T3 Online , review by: T3.com
Speedy image capture, Low-light shots, Comprehensive features
Relatively expensive, Complex to use, Minimalist menus
The Canon Ixus 230 is at the higher end of the compact camera market, costing over £200, but for that outlay you get the option to truly experiment with your shots. This is more than just and point and shoot, handbag cam – although, it does have the s
Sharp images, Great colours, Excellent level of detail, Small enough to carry in your pocket
Zoom noise on movie soundtrack, No exposure compensation in auto mode
A great performance from this diminutive snapper proves that good camera design comes down to much more than merely cramming in as many megapixels as the sensor will allow. Its downsides are few and far between, making the Canon IXUS 230HS our favourit...