Excerpt: I absolutely love my digital camera. I purchased it before my freshman year of college (I'm currently a junior), and it has served me well through the ups and downs. I knew I wanted a camera with a rechargeable battery, because when I start taking pictures... if there isn't some kind of battery power limit, I could easily continue taking pictures beyond the life of the battery (and cost myself a small fortune!).
Excerpt: This camera is extremely easy to use! The different settings are changed though knobs instead of buttons which make it easier to see which mode you are in. There are 5 different settings for taking pictures and a video recording mode. The Auto Adjustment setting is the easiest for taking regular pictures. It automatically adjusts to light settings and uses subject detection. There are 4 flash settings and 2 focus settings.
Excerpt: Background information: I got this phone as a mothers day gift May of 2009, before my daughter was born. It costs only $120 (on sale at K-Mart) Includes, battery charger, CD-rom for Sony camera program, memory-card USB, and the typical info booklets. Overview of product: This camera takes really good pictues. It has the different things for taking pictures like easy, iso, scn, and my personal favorite VIDEO. You can also take pictures in black&white, color, or sepia.
Excerpt: The Sony DSC-S950 takes great pictures. I like the zoom. The dial for selecting type of shot is especailly easy to use. The LCD screen is nice and large. The battery has a good lifetime between charges. It is also easy to download the pictures to my camera. I also like being able to put a memory card in and save many more pictures. I do wish the memory card was the same size as most of the slots that are available on multimedia computers.
Excerpt: I have owned the Sony - Cyber-Shot DSC-S950 Digital Camera for about a year. For the price, it's a great camera. I have owned other Sony camera's and have always had good luck with them, so when I was in need of a new camera, I chose another Sony. I own a company where we clean out foreclosed homes. I am required to take anywhere from three to four hundred pictures on every job that I have to send to the clients.
Excerpt: I had a previous version of this Sony Cyber-Shot that I loved and used until it started doing rather strange things (after 4+ years no less). When I went looking for another camera before taking a trip to Walt Disney World, I went back to the Sony Cyber-shot and found a cyber-shot with 10.1 megapixels that was in my budget. I looked around at the other brands but kept coming back to this one!
Excerpt: After owning a Sony Cybershot for 4 years and having a great experience with it (the older oval chunky kind) I decided I would go with brand loyalty and get another. Boy, was I ever in the wrong. The S950, $120 at Sears when at bought it, is the worst digital camera I've owned. Other than the picture, or video setting, the other settings are either reduntant or useless. It takes forever to actually snap the picture after you press the button.
Excerpt: I'm usually great with technology...except for digital cameras. Usually, they have so many buttons and symbols that it's hard to figure out how to even turn on the flash. The Sony Cybershot is the exception. You have a nice little wheel with symbols, and it labels them on the display as you turn the wheel, so you always know what you're selecting. Options are easy to read and select, and if you want more functionality, the camera offers that, too. The zoom is great, too.
Sony Cyber-shot 10.1 DSC-S950 Digital Camera gets the job done!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: This is our third Sony Cyber-shot. We have found them to be reliable cameras that take pretty good pictures. Though I'd love to think of myself of an amazing photographer the truth is the only reason our pictures come out decent is because of this camera. It has a steady-shot feature that keeps my shaking hands from ruining every picture. I can take mini-movies.