Reviews and Problems with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX7V
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Bought this camera for my girlfriend so she could record a concert
Avid Internet Shopper "Ray", Amazon
20 May 2014
Summary: We found this camera after watching a few youtube videos using this camera to record other concerts. She knew that most camera's microphones would distort loud audio such as that encountered in a live performance. After looking through several youtube videos we zeroed in on this model since it was at a good price and didn't seem to lose audio quality. She took it with her to the concert and has been thanking me for it ever since!
One of the best P&S cameras except for one feature
Yarii "fifty shades of blonde", Amazon
4 August 2013
Summary: This Sony model has been one of my all-time favorite cameras. Easy for anyone to use on either of the Auto selections. Takes bright, sharp photos and excellent videos. The menu system is intuitive. It has the Sony G lens which is a great lens. Focuses fast, somewhat quick to recycle so you can take the next picture (as long as you use a Class 10 SDHC card). It's a little thick so it may not fit in your pocket. Not made in China - made in Thailand.
Summary: I bought this camera to use for our school sports team. I take pictures and video, edit them, and make slideshows. I particularly love the video on this camera; it's crystal clear and great quality. I would definitely buy this camera again because it's a perfect travel camera for our team and takes great pictures and video.
Summary: This Sony GPS-enabled digital camera is perfect for the work I do, which is Archaeology. Not only does it produce very crisp images, I can view where I took the images on Google Earth. This is a major advantage when trying to re-locate or describe a location to someone. I would recommend this camera to anyone who performs fieldwork and where field images are important forms of communication.
Summary: I had a nikon S6100 before I bought this HX7V but I didn't like it because of its slow shutter speed and the functions it had, so I dicided to buy this one and since the moment I took it out of the box I loved it. Great point n' shoot camera, im used to carry around my dslr and this is a great choice for a compact carry on camera.
Summary: My son is a budding photographer, and he is thrilled with this camera! With other cameras, he always got blurry photos, but this one is razor sharp. He's really getting a lot of use out of the video feature as well. Here are the things he was looking for: low light capability, HD video, good zoom, no shutter lag. He is satisfied on all counts!
Summary: Pics look good to me; I usually just put most on facebook, so I'm not really anal about the quality. I hardly use any special features, but I like the options and this camera seems to have quite a few. Love the zoom, the panorama works very well compared to other cameras I've had that do the sweep panorama.
Summary: I was looking for a compact point and shoot in the $200 range that took sharp pictures with good image stabilization. My old Canon Powershot SD750 (which I was very happy with) died recently and I needed a replacement. I tried 5 different cameras, and the picture quality on all of them was alful: 1. Panasonic DMC-FH25A 2. Nikon Coolpix S6200 3. Canon PowerShot SX230HS 4. Canon PowerShot SD980IS 5. Canon PowerShot Elph 100 HS They all got returned.