Quick specification list:
- 24mm wide lens and 5x optical zoom
- 3.5" LCD
- SD card slot
- lithium ion battery
Like virtually all cameras of this generation, the ixus 210 has no viewfinder (if this is something you want - have a look at the ixus 100, but be warned that they won't be around ... Read review
large screen, looks nice, decent image quality in most situations, good noise at high ISO's
touch screen is irritating, options are all menu based - not quick, flash noisy, expensive
"...they can do it). The canon powershot 210 is a far superior camera, with a bigger zoom and manual shooting options, and comes in at £70-£100 less (if you are buying on the highstreet). I believe the high price is due to the touch screen capabilities, which to be honest I'd much rather live without and I say this as a person who has a touch screen phone. I also feel that this camera is probably one of the less durable on the market and as such is probably ..."
Ciao members have rated this review on average: very helpful
Slender, metallic and available in four colours, the IXUS 210 is a masterpiece of IXUS design. 14.1 Megapixels lets you make poster-size prints, or crop images to perfection.
An ultra-wide 24mm lens is perfect for capturing landscapes or group shots, while a 5.0x optical zoom gets you closer to your subject. Canon’s optical Image Stabilizer works to prevent image blur due to camera shake.
A wide LCD display offers great viewing and framing of HD movies and stills. A wide viewing angle with excellent colour and contrast rendition provides a clear display, even in bright sunlight.