87.5% of Users Would Recommend this Digital Camera
12.5% of Users Would Not Recommend this Digital Camera
TOTAL USER RATINGS: 8
PROS: Very easy to use menus and controls
CONS: There is no standard USB connector on the camera, forcing you to carry a dedicated cable with you or to download photos to other computers via memory stick.
PROS: Sleek and ultra compact, ISO Sensitivity upto 1000, quick startup and response time, amazing battery life, very simple to use.
CONS: No manual function except WB and ISO setting, very small view finder but thats fine with me considering its size.
PROS: slim body, great image quality, easy to use but has lots of options, low price compared to others like it
CONS: gets dirty easily, noisy at ISO 1000, slow battery charge
PROS: This camera is sleek,compact, and has a nice,big lcd screen. This camera is great for general use.
CONS: It does lack some "pro" qualities. If you are i need of a specialized camera, then pass this by, but do enjoy its silver finish.
PROS: The camera is small, sturdy and takes great outdoor shots.
CONS: The camera fails miserably taking low to medium light indoor shots where the flash overpowers every shot. Red-eye is horrible without the red-eye reduction flash. Minimal manual control.
PROS: Slim, quick start-up time, huge 2.5 LCD screen, $250
CONS: Does feel cheaper then it should, huge screen means bigger chance of scratches, replay button is above the screen making the screen smudged, Silver lining gets smudged
PROS: sleek, good quality of pictures, lots of very nice and handy features, very very good video quality, value for money
CONS: low light capture is very bad and grainy.
PROS: 6.0MP, packed with features, sexy styling, great price.
CONS: Zoom control not positioned for thumb like other Sonys. Does not come with a charger that plugs right into the camera, although there is a port of the AC charger. Battery has to be removed to charge.
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