Canon IXUS 132 Review

3.5
January 10, 2014 | Matt Grayson |

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#1 Steve Dodd

I am wondering if you could help me.  I am looking for a new canon body, upgrading from my EOS20D, far to heavy!  I typically take sports photography, outdoors as I can’t seem to get any good shots with my standard lens and the old 75-300 ‘Ultrasonic’ Canon zoom lens.  Any advice on a new body, or would you recommend a different product?  I am open to the compact with lens cameras too.  My budget would be around $500-$600.

Very appreciative of any help you can give.

Thank you

Steve

2:11 am - Monday, January 13, 2014

#2 David Kirk

Steve - have a look at either the 100D, or 700D very light but very capable DSLRs. Both have touch screens, the 700D being a vari-angle version.

11:50 am - Monday, January 13, 2014

#3 G:ROOM

Canon Powershot A4000. Rebadged for IXUS. Plastic housing. Near terrible image quality. Get older A3300 instead and even save yourself some money.

11:28 pm - Monday, January 20, 2014

#4 Ivan

Shame for Canon.
This is the worst camera I ever had in my hands. Terrible image quality. Sharpness does not exist, there is no sharp line anywhere. Indoor photos are ever worse. Flash is too weak, iso too high, influence of light balls result with yellow and orange color on photos.
Video 720p outdoor is ok, indoor not so good.
Battery life is good.
Canon is not providing USB cable with this camera.
Regarding image quality I don’t really need a USB cable.

2:28 pm - Wednesday, February 12, 2014

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