90.0% of Users Would Recommend this Digital Camera
10.0% of Users Would Not Recommend this Digital Camera
TOTAL USER RATINGS: 10
PROS: Sony DSC-N1 has a 3" LCD screen, which is superb. Sony DSC-N1 can take pictures up to 8Mp which is superb. Sony DSC-N1 uses touch screen technology which is very responsive, and also ... superb.
CONS: hate the price though ... i bought it at $in 899 ( but this is the newest tech, for now ... so a little bit pricey, but still affordable ) the screen easily get fingerprint mark ( but after i use LCD protector , it doesn;t matter anymore )
PROS: Easy menu features to use, nice quiet zoom. Lots of control options.
CONS: This is not your typical point and shoot camera. A little bulky,
PROS: The huge 3.0 LCD screen, touch screen controls, clean and easily navigated menu system, best slideshow on camera ever, image quality is excellent, great mpeg4 video capturing, superb battery life, great idea with the "album" feature.
CONS: Very very little noise on darker images, no viewfinder (but with a camera like this with a screen that big, who needs one?), definitely need a big mem stick for 8mp images.
PROS: The addtional built-in RAM and slideshow capability is AWESOME for sharing photos. The HUGE display make it a joy to share the pics with others. The music (which you can load) and effect make it very fun. The touchscreen is very good - no more tiny switches! (Make sure you put a screen protector on it when you first get it to avoid scratches.) 30 frames per sec MPEG4 video is really nice. This is a very good point and shoot that is very functional and a lot of fun. Try it out, and you'll likely agree.
CONS: Obviously, a little pricey, but I think for 8.1MP, internal storage and slideshow (which no other camera in it's class has), huge touchscreen (again, no other camera in it's class has this) is a fair deal. The connection cable is a little busy but that's because they wrap USB, RCA outputs, and a power connector all into one cable (which actually turns out to be convienent; I can use the igo power tips to recharge if I am on the road.)
PROS: 8.1 Megapixels, Awesome Touchscreen Controls, Good Battery Life (well over 200 shots), Photo Album/Slideshow Review, Manual Focus Targeting, ISO - 64, 100, 200, 400, 800, Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar Lens,
CONS: It takes 4-5 hours to charge the battery, Bulky Ultracompact, LCD gets fingerprints, Pricy (mine was $450), 2x Digital Zoom
PROS: Many stylish features (touch screen, huge LCD, music, album, nice menu system, etc.)
CONS: Poor image quality; poor resolution; extraordinarily yellow images; especially low quality indoor images
PROS: Huge 3" touch-screen display, eliminates a bunch of butons on the metal body, stonger flash
CONS: Thicker than the "T" series, but worth the weight in Gold
PROS: 8.1 mpixel, strong flash 16ft, long battery life still, fast response huge touch screen, easy to use
CONS: Need to buy mem stick, Pricey, Need to buy mem stick adapter and A/C charger to avoid taking battery out and also allow continuous play while on low batt. It is thicker than expected but ok I guess.
PROS: Phenomenal Performance, Sleek Metal Casing, Addictingly Huge STUNNING Display, Outstanding (and Easy) Menus, Touch-Screen is VERY convenient
CONS: Maybe just a little thicker than most new compact camera, but STILL thin compared to the rest--especially considering it's an 8.1 MP
PROS: Touch-screen operation crisp and logical, cool slideshow capability with sound, and huge high resolution display.
CONS: Sony Pro Duo memory, but prices are pretty good on Ebay.
Rate the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-N1
Items marked with an asterisk (*) are required
more than 100 focused websites providing quick access to a deep store of
news, advice and analysis about the technologies, products and processes crucial
to the jobs of IT pros.
All Rights Reserved, Copyright 2000 - 2014, TechTarget | Read our Privacy Statement