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What the community says about Canon PowerShot SD4500IS
- "Purchased one of these used as a spare camera, and I'm fairly satisfied with it. Image quality is very good, similar to the other BSI-CMOS sensor PowerShots I own, and so is the video quality. Sound quality is pretty good, but lacks the bass response of newer and higher-end models such as the PowerShot SX 230 HS, which I also own. The 10x optical zoom is great, although the wide angle starts at 36mm, but that means a longer telephoto reach up to 360mm, similar to megazoom compacts in the SX-series lineup of the time. The menu system is easy to use, although it's too easy to accidentally hit the record button. The one major downside of this camera is battery life. With the NB-9L being similar in size to a AA battery, battery life isn't that great. It's fine for taking stills, but if you're recording a lot of video, you'll need several batteries. Overall, this is a good camera if you don't shoot a lot of photos and videos in a single day or need a spare to your main camera without breaking the bank."
- "This is a really nice camera for 200 bucks. You could spend a lot more and get something nicer, but it really isn't necessary. This camera has a 10x optical zoom which is awesome. I love using this camera. I have gotten some great shots with it. I take it everywhere with me. It is really lightweight too so it isn't a hassle to take it along on trips like some pricier cameras."
- "Buying a really nice camera has been something that I have been saving up for a while for. I only had a maximum of $500 to spend. I did a lot of research and ended up picking up a Canon PowerShot SD4500IS. This camera will be able to do everything that I need it to."
- "A bit disappointing actually. I'm a big fan of Canon, and of their Powershot Series, and I have been for a long time. But this one seems to underperform given the great overall quality of the series. For some reason, it seems to be incredibly slow at processing data, which means that you will often miss a shot that seemed to be waiting for you. I have no idea how they did that, but I can see I'm not the only one dealing with those problems. Maybe a faulty component? If so they should investigate fast and possibly issue a recall, because this is not doing anything good to their name. And don't even get me started on the battery life - it's really pathetic. So come Canon, help us on this!"
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