91.7% of Users Would Recommend this Digital Camera
8.3% of Users Would Not Recommend this Digital Camera
TOTAL USER RATINGS: 36
PROS: The DSC-M1 uses the tiny Memory Stick Duo card, which is another expensive and proprietary memory card format from Sony. Duo cards come in sizes as large as 1GB, and you'll find a 32MB one in the box.
CONS: As you know, I'm not a huge fan of proprietary batteries like this, but they're unavoidable on a camera this small. Be warned that they're expensive ($50 a pop) and you can't use "regular batteries" t
PROS: Video quality is very good
CONS: Picture quality isn't up to par with more dedicated photo solutions
PROS: Captures very good video, LCD screen swivels, hybrid pic/vid mode, takes clear pictures, one-of-a-kind design and feels great in my hands
CONS: Weak flash, need to read the manual a couple of times to familiarize with the features, 1GB memory stick is pricey
PROS: Cool design, great movies, great stills
CONS: Terrible flash, kind of bulky
PROS: it's perfect but yuo need to buy a memory stick pro duo
CONS: battery duration
PROS: Good build, unique style, good mpeg4 video, nice brush black finish.
CONS: POOR PICTURES ie. out of focus!; ackward point and shoot; MS slot EXPOSED...
PROS: Size, Hybrid Technology, High Quality Video & Pictures, Price
CONS: Duo Pro Memory Expensive, Software suite not compatible with Mac (manual transfer for Mac required)
PROS: Compact, ease of use, doubles as a camcorder.
CONS: Takes some reading to get used to the controls, picture quality is slightly under par,
PROS: MPEG4 Revolutionary Camera, Great Design, Large LCD
CONS: Horrible still photo quality
PROS: very small device
CONS: there is none
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