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Reviewed on 2013-06-05
8x zoom lens. Sharp images. Wi-Fi.
Slow performance. Noisy images at moderate ISO settings. Video limited to 720p
The Canon PowerShot Elph 130 IS ($199.99 direct) is one of a couple of cameras in the Elph series that pack a 16-megapixel CCD image sensor and an 8x zoom lens. It differentiates itself from the less expensive Elph 115 IS%displayPrice% at %seller% by incl...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-22
8x optical zoom, Compact, lightweight, No-fuss automatic operation
Subpar low-light quality, Overall, not a fast camera, No frills
As phone makers continuously churn out smartphones with ever-improving cameras that rival point-and-shoot cameras in image quality and surpassing them in connectivity, one wonders why products like the Canon PowerShot 130 IS ($200) continue to exist. Smar...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-17
Canon's Digital ELHPs have been popular for years, and for 2013, Canon continues to add to this legendary line of compact, yet capable point-n-shoot cameras. Their latest entry is the PowerShot ELPH 130 IS, a petite camera that is loaded with appealing...
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Reviewed on 2010-12-23
Good image quality. Very small build. Easy to use. Decent low-light performance.
Tiny controls. A keen eye might detect slight blooming in images.
The $229.99 Canon PowerShot SD1400 IS is one of the cutest digital cameras you can buy—it's tiny and comes in fun colors like orange and pink. Most casual photographers will be happy with the camera's image quality, and its other features including a s...
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Reviewed on 2010-06-03
Nice appearance, Smooth, rounded edges, Smart Auto mode works well, 28mm equivalent wide-angle lens, Fish-eye mode, Optical image stabilization, Playback button powers on the camera, Captures 720p HD movies, Auto White Balance does well with incandesce......
Easy to drop, Noticeable lens flare in some shots, Soft corners at wide-angle, Detail degrades quickly as ISO rises, Excessive anti-noise processing at all ISO settings, Icons difficult to read on black model, Recessed navigator ring can be difficult t......
by Mike PasiniCanon ELPHs are known for their distinctive style. But the Canon SD1400 is the first I recall that won't stand on end. That's because it's nothing but curves.Nothing but curves and a 14.1-megapixel sensor, 4x optical zoom with optical image...
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Reviewed on 2010-05-01
Very slim and stylish body; looks and feels great, 4x stabilised zoom with 28mm wide coverage, Foolproof Auto with scene detection, 720p HD video and HDMI output.
Pointlessly slow continuous shooting speed, Cannot optically zoom while filming, Optical viewfinder of earlier model missing, Face, smile and wink timers in strange location.
Canon's IXUS 130 (or PowerShot SD1400 IS Digital ELPH as it's known in North America) is an ultra-slim 14.1 Megapixel compact with a 4x optically-stabilised zoom and 2.7in screen. Announced in February 2010, it's the successor to the popular IXUS 1...
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Reviewed on 2010-04-12
Tiny, attractive design; well-priced
No marked improvements from previous model
The PowerShot SD1400 IS is a bit of a puzzler. It's an attractive, lightweight ultracompact point-and-shoot nearly identical to 2009's SD940 IS, using the same 28mm-equivalent wide-angle lens with a 4x zoom and 2.7-inch LCD. The only major tweak is a r...
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Reviewed on 2010-03-24
The Canon Digital IXUS 130 (also known as the PowerShot SD1400 IS) is a slim and stylish addition to the long-standing IXUS range. Boasting a metal body less than 18mm thick, 14 megapixels and 720p movie recording, the tiny Canon IXUS 130 is also well...
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Reviewed on 2010-03-14
Small size, Excellent build quality, Very good, low distortion images at low ISOs, High quality HD movies,
Limited optical zoom, No independent control over aperture and shutter speed, Instances of chromatic aberration,
As I unboxed the I asked myself, "Didn't I just review this camera?" This past October, I critiqued the , an ultra-compact camera with some fun features. Apparently Canon decided it was time for an update, though aside from a resolution increase fr...
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Reviewed on 2010-05-10
Excellent clarity, captures colours vividly, f/2.8 aperture, reasonably good performance in dim lighting conditions
Build quality could be better, buttons are hard to press, top of case creaks, battery compartment can be hard to open, poor zoom control
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Reviewed on 2010-03-09
Incredibly slim and stylish chassis. Range of automatic modes. HD video recording
Controls too small for big hands. No optical zoom in movie mode. Low resolution LCD compared to the competition. Noise issues at low ISO levels. Poor video quality
It's hard work following up an Editors' Choice winning camera. The IXUS 130 IS has to contend with the , which won our acclaim and accolade last year thanks to its stylish appearance and competent functionality. If you are looking for a sexy point-and...
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