Excerpt: Sony cameras has always been a joy to look at. Especially with their launch of new cameras like the Sony DSC T300, with a wide range of attractive colors to choose from. It’s a definite choice among ladies especially, who will treat them as a fashionable gadget nowadays.
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Summary: I bought this camera after quit a bit of research. What sold me was the touch screen and since this was for a tech savy person, this was great. I must say, the touch screen is awesome and it really gets people's attention and becomes a good conversation piece. However, I have a 5MP Canon SD500 Elph. Taking the same picture with the Sony and then comparing, I find that I like the picture quality of the Canon better.
Summary: To make a long story short, This camera rocks my socks. I am beyond impressed by its usability, durability, looks, and excellent picture quality. The touch screen feature is going to usher in a new wave of copycats, because it is so much easier to use than having a million buttons all over the camera. The camera contains very advanced noise reduction technology and the detail clarity and color quality of the pictures will blow you away.
Summary: I haven't owned a Sony digital camera in years. Not that Sony cameras are not good; it's just that I always ended up getting a Canon, a Casio, a Fujifilm, a Minolta, a Kodak, or a Pentax. At the moment I use my Nikon D70 for photos that I want to keep or submit for contests, and my Fujifilm F10 for everyday snapshots. But recently I had a chance to play with a Sony DSC-N1 and I was really impressed.
Summary: Having got rid of my Elph a year ago and waiting for the right camera to come out, I discovered the right camera with the Sony Cybershot DCS-N1. I bought the camera in November and I can rave about how great the LCD, touchscreen, slideshow, video are.. or I can point out what little things I noticed that are little gotchas with the camera. You can guess the way I decided to go.
Summary: I have had Sony cameras for many years now and I wanted to stay with them. I was upgrading from a P10 which is a 5MP point and shoot. After alot of research we bought the N1. Overall a fantastic camera. Unfortunatly after almost 30 days and 750 pictures, I have discovered the camera we had was slightly faulty and was giving consistantly poor focus. This mainly affected us inside a house or building.