83.3% of Users Would Recommend this Digital Camera
16.7% of Users Would Not Recommend this Digital Camera
TOTAL USER RATINGS: 12
PROS: Generally excellent image quality. Good ergonomics. Image stablizer works very well.
CONS: An infuriating tendency for the flash to seriously overexpose, but I can't predict when it will do it. This has spoiled quite a lot of my flash photos. Turning the flash power down to compensate before taking photos can then result in underexposure when it decides to behave itself. Purple/red fringing can be quite bad, though it's usually not visible. Battery life isn't particularly good.
PROS: Good pictures. Good video and audio. Lots of features. Still pictures are great in low light.
CONS: Have not found a way to delete more than one picture at a time on the camera. Heavier then other in the same feature and price range.
PROS: Excellent Still shots; Easy to use self-timer to take pictures of yourself; Simple USB and TV connections and cords came with the camera; Basics are simple and disc tutorial with camera very helpful
CONS: A bit complicated beyond the basics for the novice
PROS: Looks like a big shot, feels like a big shot, shoots like a big shot, it's a cyber shot.
CONS: Not self opperating, You have to read manual. Battery charger slow
PROS: 12x zoom, image stabilization, sharp images, big screen, good lens cap, and extremely fun to use
CONS: could be faster, okay movie mode, recharge of flash lags, seems to overexpose at times, no zoom on video mode
PROS: Design, 12 X zoom, Steady Shot, Easy menu, rich clear photos, integrated pop-up flash.
CONS: Video Mpeg VX could have been upgraded to Mpeg 4 or equivalent.
PROS: 12X zoom, 2.5 inch LCD, great movie, use NiMH AA's battery, optical image stabilization system.
CONS: Expensive Memory sticks, charger to slow, some purple fringing
PROS: Nothing wrong with it
CONS: Nothing competitors can't do for cheaper
PROS: Long Zoom, Big LCD screen
CONS: No Flash Hotshoe, No Night Frame or Night Shot, No Hologram AF Illuminator,
PROS: Great pics for a point & shoot, 2.5" LCD, 12x zoom
CONS: incuded soft-ware and manual could be better
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