Reviews and Problems with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S2100
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RANDY ROZEMA, Amazon
9 September 2013
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.
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...
Summary: The camera is ok, but I get blurry shots for no reason sometimes and the fact that it doesn't take rechargeable batteries is a disappointment. I had no idea when I bought this that it didn't have or accept rechargeable batteries.
Summary: This is an easy to use camera an my 80 yo mother could use it easily. The picture quality was good for the price. However, after several days of use, the shutter either would not open or opened about 1/4". I changed the batteries and the shutter still did not open.
Summary: Takes nice pics, has all the basics but I literally ran through the batteries they gave me in 2 days. I thought all cameras were rechargeable now. It never occurred to me that the camera wasn't rechargeable when I bought it.
Summary: After using this camera for 6 months here is my review, bad bad very bad camera, it only takes good pictures if you are outside with plenty of sunlight otherwise pictures are just way too dark or to bright, i have to keep retouching my pics with photoshop to make them look good and also the pics are...
Summary: the camera has nice features, except the quality of picture. Indoor pictures taken with the flash are extremely grainy. Outdoor pictures tend to be out of focus. Color saturation is poor. Green's come out a washed out. SteadyShot is turned OFF by default. That seems strange until I tried using it.