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Canon Ixus 500

Discussion in 'Photography Forums' started by woktheblue, Jun 18, 2004.

  1. woktheblue

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    Can anyone help me with this matter! I have just bought a new CANON IXUS 500 Digital camera. The thing is when I have the camera on for more than 20 minutes it seems to get very warm on the front metal body. I don’t know if this is the norm!!!
    I would like to find out before I take it back…
    I used to have a FUJI A204 Digital camera and this never overheated. I don’t know if it’s because the CANON has a Lithium-ion battery as the FUJI only had the 2 AA batteries!

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  2. Tee Tee

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    My Ixus 400 does exactly the same. Never caused any problems. :thumbsup:
     
  3. docsmith2k1

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    I too have noticed how warm my Ixus 400 gets when heavily used. Despite this it has given me excellent use. Look on the bright side, it makes a great hand warmer if your out on a cold day :)
     
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    My 400 also does the same, when I was reading reviews this was one of the things that I picked up on, that they do seem to run warm.
     

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