Reviews and Problems with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S600
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and has long been the favorite for those with the same hobby as I
Donald C., Amazon
20 July 2014
Summary: I use this particular model in motion activated trail cameras that I make myself, the pictures are unmatched in quality, the flash is more than adequate for my use, and has long been the favorite for those with the same hobby as I.
Summary: I love this camera, it takes great pictures, it is so user friendly, and is built like a tank but is really light. I have taken exelent pictures with the open shutter mode on the camera and the color options are awesome. This camera is so easy to use, you turn it on, you press the button and you have a picture, press menu and you have all of these settings at your figertips!
Summary: I going to write the for non techs out there... I can use it, my wife can use it, my mom can use it and my 5 year old son can use it. It is just that simple to use. You do not need to know anything about taking shots, other than how to zoom and pick the right settings, and if you play with the camera for a few days you will know them. One other reviewer said to get the following: 1. At least a 512 MB Memory Stick Pro Duo to take 160 or so pictures in one go 2.
A Photo/Movie Brick That Does What It Does Very Well
Cap'n Stoob "Stoob", Amazon
30 December 2006
Summary: This is a point and shoot, so don't expect it to act like a DSLR or even an ultra zoom, but for what it is, it's a fantastic camera. It starts up quickly and focuses very, very quickly. An AF assist lamp helps with this. The flash is strong and the image quality is very good. The LCD is smaller than most of the competitors in the upper range of the price bracket, but the screen is sharp and very clear. The AA batteries are great because they're cheap and easy to find.
Summary: I rarely post reviews, but I will for this product. It is an honest 6 megapixel camera on deep discount. Why? Poor user reviews. Somebody compained of access -- Yeah, when the batteries go dead, there is no "Hey loser, the batteries are dead" icon that pops up. Solution: Put in new batteries. Somebody complained of "red-eye" -- Yeah, that's what Photoshop Elements is for. Solution: This is a digital camera, there are automatic fixes.