Inexpensive, 10x zoom range
Camera is easy to grip
Picture quality is good
Attractive all-metal body design
Compact body, Good control layout
Comfortable camera for everyday shooting in most lighting conditions
Superfluous menu options
'Shooting performance is overall slow.'
'Streamlined design and comfortable'
'Low price makes this camera beneficial for beginners. '
'the W290 turned in an impressive burst speed of 2.1 frames per second.
'If you're looking for fun in-camera extras and editing tools in a point-and-shoot digital camera , the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W290 is a great option. '
'The W290's £200 price point doesn't look too expensive by comparison.
'Proprietary A/V connector.'
'Video images appear blocky and without sharpness, and the audio is only just passable from the internal microphone.'
'LCD screen struggles in bright conditionsCan't handle highlights properlyNo ISO limiting.'
'small pocket digital camera'
Deliver usable results without having to pore over a manual on the train or plane
'superb wide angle performance'
'Sweep panorama is slow.'
Includes several unique features like its panorama mode
'The bottom line: Simple and satisfying, Panasonic's Lumix DMC-FH27 is an excellent point-and-shoot value.'
'GUI dated compared to competition.'
'useful touch-screen operation'
'the camera feels solid and appears well-built.'
'user friendly camera'
'shutter lag is close to 0.2 seconds and shot-to-shot time is an extremely poor 3.6 seconds.'
'Compared to other ultra-compact digital cameras on the market, it is midpriced at around $240..'
'built-in image stabilisation'
'latest generation Venus Engine VI image processor'
A decent compact that's comfortable to use
Small and lightweight, easy to keep in your pocket
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