Summary: I had canceled the order and was expecting the postal sticker to return the camera . THIS did not happen. The camera was not bad gently used; but to much money for a used camera and battery, with no instructions or accesories
Summary: I purchased this camera in October 2011. It comes with a one year warranty. After 1 year and 10 months, the camera stopped working. I called Sony, who told me that I could send it in to them and they will repair it for a flat fee of $107. Completely unacceptable!!
Summary: This was a birthday gift for my 13 year and after taking a looking at the cam and playing around with it I was so impressed I want to buy for myself!!! I love it and so did my daughter! Takes beautiful keen shots and they look professional. Awesomeness!!!!
Summary: Certainly a full featured, easy to use camera. I bought it for the larger lens, hoping for improved quality. Shooting medium to distant is good, anything close up gets a fisheye distortion. I'm really very disappointed with the camera.
Summary: My good Canon Power Shot A2000is broke down after my daughter took it to the beach and sand got into it. I did some research looking for a replacement and finally decided to give Sony a try after doing some comparison shots in the Imaging-Resource web site.
Summary: The pro side of this camera is close-up pictures. It does an exellant job. You can litterally be INCHES from the subject, where as my DSLR, even using the 50mm I must be around a foot away from subject. The downside, It does a horrible job focusing on distant subjects, as well as moving subjects.
Summary: I bought this camera based on the reviews, without a demo. This was a BIG mistake. It has an exceptionally long "processing" time once you click the shutter of around 4 seconds, you don't see a freeze frame, but a black screen during that time.
Summary: If you're looking for a compact, simple to use digital camera that takes good photos, look elsewhere. I'm pretty good with digital cameras and typically try most of the superfluous features on them - but this camera (Cyber-Shot DSC H70) just doesn't take good photos even with all of the fiddling...
Summary: I have owned a Sony DSC-H1 for a long time and it has thrilled me for many years with outstanding 5mp photos through its Carl Zeiss lens. Based on that experience, I had hoped it only got better with the DSC-H70 as a 'purse puppy' for my wife from a local vendor.