Summary: My wife had this camera,and sold it to buy the newer sony model 100 zoom camera. After having the newer camera for a while it did a few things better,but the thing she liked about the old camera, the new one did not have that feature. Which is taking mulitple shots with one click.
Summary: The greatest digital auto focus camera I have found. It is easy to use and has up to 30 x zoom on the Camera itself along with the PMB picture editing software. I take it everywhere. I have had my original one for the last 3 years and I'm still fining features I havent used .
Summary: This is a great camera for the money. The zoom itself is worth the price of the camera...it is nearly as good as the macro lens I have for my higher end camera. It has several great features and is a great all around family camera. The video feature is a plus.
Summary: This camera was bought as a back-up in case I wear out an identical one I have used reliably for several years. Everything is right about the DSC-H50. It has an excellent optical zoom, sufficient (9.1) megapixels, NIGHTSHOT for extremely lower light conditions, manual settings for those times when...
Summary: wow worth every penny , more than user friendly.so many easy to use settings.CRYSTAL CLEAR close ups & A 15X ZOOM TO CATCH THE DISTANT details like a telescope, I love it ,all the power without the complication CHIC-ZZZZ :)
Summary: Reluctant to buying a bigger than point and shoot. I went for this Sony, took a few pic without reading the manual. Best shot's in years! crisp in depth, true color. on a 9.1. My point and shoot was 12. Exceptional LCD view. As for fuzzy pictures, have not had one yet.
Summary: Excellent camera, use the auto modes or select from a mind blowing number of settings, special effects, etc... I will go to school on this one and learn how to fly it. 9.1 megapixels is way more than enough. I will shoot most of my shots in a lower size format anyhow.