Easy but Powerful
Its a great package since it has so many features in a very light and small camera. Zoom and focus work great, panoramic pictures are very easy to take.
I bought it because I always wanted a good point and shoot for low light situations, and since it was one of the features advertised I wanted to give it a try, and I am very satisfied with them. Low light pictures are very good, even when you do not use the flash, can still get a good picture at night, with not so much light around.
Nice performance versus other small cameras
The Sony WX80 is very small, which means that its control buttons and LCD screen are also very small. This will represent a significant drawback with this camera, as anyone with large fingers will struggle to use this camera comfortably. Still, if you don't mind the small size of this model, it's a good option versus others in its sub-$200 price point.
Slim and pocket-friendly
Even though it boasts an array of attractive features, a compact body, and a few impressive highlights in our performance testing, the WX80's image quality is ultimately nothing special. While the prospect of having 1080p HD video, an 8x optical zoom, and WiFi connectivity in your pocket for under $200 seems enticing, the reality isn't quite that appealing.
The camera is small and thin enough to fit in your pocket. The zoom feature, image quality, and special effects take this a step above many cell phone cameras. If you have a decent cell phone camera and don't care about the special effects of this camera, I recommend looking for something more expensive or just sticking with your cell phone. For a budget camera though, you get a variety of nice features and good image quality.
I am a regular traveler, who uses the camera on these travels only, and for me that camera worked perfectly. It's light, easy to deal with and lots of mpixels for you to have fun. The quality of the pics is something that has amazed me compare to my old digital camera. Overall, Im very satisfied with this product.
Image Stabilisation for Video as well as Stills
Buying the Sony Cybershot DSC H90 can save you a few pounds compared to other cameras with a 16x zoom lens. This is a relatively compact model that can also shoot High Definition Movies.
The main reason why the Cybershot DSC H90 is a little cheaper than some similar cameras is that it does not have some of the features those cameras have. For example it does not have GPS tracking and its movie resolution is lower, although it can still produce HD quality.
Simple menu system
The Cyber-shot DSC-W650 is priced competitively with its $139 MSRP, but the real question is what does this camera offer that you canâ?? t get with your cell phone camera? There are a number of extra features on the W650 worth talking about, including its 5x optical zoom lens, 720p HD video mode, and 360Â° Sweep Panorama setting that stitches multiple photos together into one wide image. Thereâ??
Budget-friendly price tag
With the Cyber-shot DSC-W610 everything comes down to price. The camera costs just over $100, which makes it the most affordable cameras on the market, and definitely the cheapest new model Sony announced at CES. Sony kept the price down by making the W610 a simple camera. It doesnâ?? t have the flashy features and controls that you get on higher-end cameras, but itâ?? s got everything you need if all you want to do is point and shoot.
Dedicated still/movie/pano mode switch
The Cyber-shot W510 has some very attractive features for an entry level compact that will give it very broad appeal. First and foremost there's its super-wide angle lens starting at an all-encompassing 26mm equivalent. As well as big group photos, cramped interiors and great landscape shots this allows you to get close in for some very dramatic viewpoints.
Includes several unique features like its panorama mode
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W510 is a low-cost digital camera. Sony promotes the W line of cameras as some of its most affordable, full-featured point-and-shoot cameras to date. The 12.1 megapixel sensor of the Cyber-shot DSC-W510 captures images with contrast and detail, up to 13x19" prints.
The perfect balance of beauty, affordability and usability
At the end of the day, the W530 will most likely end up in your purse, napsack or briefcase for the simple fact that they are so freakishly small and easy to carry, provide butt-kicking images with punchy colors, balanced contrast at the resolution of 14.1 megapixel even at maximum ISO and the camera simply looks too elegant to be left in a desk drawer.
A very good camera. Not perfect, but still very good
Taken everything into consideration I am happy with this camera so far. I take it everywhere with me and its small enough to fit in my pants pocket without that embarrassing bulge. I think this camera will easily fit your needs for a very good P&S camera and then some. Yeah, I'll always wish back to the days of the DSCN1, but until someone invents a *working* time machine I'll happily use my new WX9.
Poor image quality
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W530 may be relatively inexpensive as far as compact cameras from Sony are concerned, but we don't think it's good value. Its image quality is merely adequate, its shutter button is awful and it just doesn't feel good to use at all. On the bright side, it is very light.
Extremely slim profile, fits comfortably in a pocket no problem
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W560 is a low-cost digital camera. This camera's SteadyShot image stabilization uses a built-in gyro sensor to detect camera shake and automatically shifts the lens to help prevent blur without sacrificing image quality.
Zoom feature on LCD is great for making sure photo is in perfect focus.
During my Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T90 review, I showed the camera to a few people, receiving plenty of "oohs" and "aahs" from each person. The bright body colors and slide panel on the front of the DSC-T90 make it a very impressive looking digital camera. Then, when they saw the large touch screen LCD, the "oohs" turned into, "How can I buy this camera?" There's no question: The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T90 is a great looking camera.
For the most part, the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T90 handles the image well
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T90's pretty colors and sleek, sliding faceplate alone will sell this camera. Oh, there's also the 3-inch all touch-screen LCD and babbling brook of Auto features like Smile Shutter and Blink Warning. However, we discovered that the Cyber-shot DSC-T90's image quality did not have enough stamina to endure a majority of our tests. We found some echelon of failure in every image, which was a major letdown.
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