'The new Sony Cyber-shot DSC-P200 boasts 7.2 megapixels in a compact point-and-shoot form.'
'A little bulky.'
'the top layer of the menu is positioned at the bottom of the screen'
'The only grumble I could come up with is that the exposure compensation is also on the menu, which is inconvenient if you need to use it in a hurry.'
'It also reproduced blue sky and soft clouds in smooth, consistent colors.'
'It seems a little odd that the camera comes with a full-manual exposure mode but neither aperture- priority nor shutter-priority mode.'
'The memory card difference is an important one, as the CompactFlash cards used by the S500 are less expensive than the W1's Memory Sticks.'
'The screen does become difficult to view under direct sunlight'
'Cons: Image quality more in line with a 5MP camera with some exposure problems, slow recycle times.'
'Its overall dimensions are 3.625 x 2.375 x 0.8 inches, for a total cubic volume of approx. 6.9 inches –about the size of a credit card.'
'Like most cameras, the T1 doesn't amplify the brightness
of the screen in low light.'
'The first is design-related: The camera is so thin that it won't stand securely on its bottom edge, which means that it will spend most of its time resting either on its front or on its back.'
'The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-V1 offers Sony 's legendary quality and lots of features, yet it's light on ergonomics, performance, and image quality.'
'The DSC-V1 Cyber-shot Digital Camera from Sony packs an array of impressive features and definitive control in a compact design'
'Greater portability due to size and weight'
'flexible exposure control'
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