Reviews and Problems with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S2100
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Sony Cybershot DSC-S2100 camera
Neil Ashmon, REVIEW STREAM
22 March 2014
Excerpt: Sony Cybershot DSC-S100 camera has been a good camera for me, because I am not really familiar with taking pictures, and have not been involved in photography for a long time. I was able to learn how to use this camera , without having to read any instructions Literally, all that I had to do was point and shoot.
Summary: Received this as a present and within months, the camera began to eat through batteries after only a few photos. I started taking the batteries out after each use, thinking that would help. NOPE. I changed battery brand. NOPE. I called Sony and they'd love to repair it (at a charge). NOPE. I do not recommend this camera due to the constant cost to replace batteries. I'll throw it away.
Summary: I love this camera only due to the fact I had to purchase it a second time, the old one broke. I find it so easy to operate and I have fun downloading my photo and sending to friends and family. I felt a little pricey but its worth it..
Summary: I was disappointed that the package did not include the memory card, the memory card USB adapter, or the camera to computer cable. Other than these deficiencies, the camera has met my expectations.
Summary: Unfortunately for me this camera froze up after the 2nd day of use. I needed it to be a camera that I could just put in more AA batteries without having to use a charger. It accomplished that but froze up and I could not get it to take any other pictures after the 2nd day of use. It keeps showing a command of "turn the power off and on again". of which I have done that multiple times without any success of it becoming able to take more pictures...
Summary: Camera works OK, however, when first turned on ,and the lens extends,the lens cover will not open unless the lens is "tapped". Seems to work ok after that until it is powered off, then when turn ON the lens cover again sticks.
Summary: I bought this digital camera because it was orange and it was cheap. PROS: color (orange), easy to use, takes actual batteries not a battery pack, great outdoor pictures CONS: picture quality isn't very good in low lighting, you cant move the camera at all without the pictures coming out blurry, it takes a while to load the pictures to view them, kind of a thick design, *not very durable screen*- The screens on these cameras are very cheap.
Summary: Very Satisfied with this camera. It takes good pictures, even though I tend to have a shaky hand. I can take short videos and switching the pics and videos from the camera onto my computer is very easy.