Reviews and Problems with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S2100
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Digital Camera Review
11 March 2010
Summary: The Cyber-shot S2100 holds a clear place at the ground floor of Sony’s point-and-shoot line, lighter in both price and features than its slimmer W and T series counterparts. It’s their only compact camera that uses AA batteries. Of all the Cyber-shot models announced so far this year, the S2100 is the least expensive with an introductory price hovering just above $100. That “S” should stand for “simplicity.
Pros: Great images in good light, Fair indoor performance, Easy Mode
Cons: Noise at ISO 400, Digital image stabilization, Buttons are small