Reviews and Problems with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T200
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9 September 2012
Excerpt: This camera rocks! It has a 3.5" touch screen that is simply amazing to look at and use. The controls and functions are easily understood with minimal "play" time. I absolutely love the slide show function. You can play back a mini slide show complete with music. Because the screen is so large you can easily enjoy your photos without having to download them to your computer right away! I am so taking this camera to DisneyWorld!!!
Excerpt: The Sony Cybershot DSC - T200 is a great little camera - fits in your pocket. Camera has steady shot, red eye reduction, immediate viewing. Easy computer hook up. Easy to edit pictures with any program - bright, dark, clearing (if blurry). You can use a micro sd chip or a regular sd card.
Excerpt: To be honest, I chose this camera because it was the only one available at the time in the color red. Sony is very reputable so I was not worried about the quality. It was a great choice because I am no photography guru! The screen is huge, being just about the same size of the camera itself and it is touch screen! It comes with this stylus that helps to touch the screen and it attaches to the wrist strap for easy accessibility.
Excerpt: Wow.. This camera is AMAZING!! I was looking for a camera that had a bigger screen when I found this one. The screen is literally the entire back side of the camera, because it is touchscreen there are no buttons or knobs to get turned on and/or off. The red eye reduction is great, it has steady shot, so you can be jumping up and down taking the picture and it turns out like you were standing still.
Excerpt: I received my Sony Cybershot last year for Christmas. It is the first digital camera I have ever owned. I am not "up" with technology at all. I still have not upgraded to text messaging, but I guess that will be the next thing my boyfriend cons me into. My Sony Cybershot is very easy to use. I love it! I used this past April at the Nickelback concert and it was awesome!
Excerpt: The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T200 is seriously the best camera I have owned! I was set on purchasing another camera, but once I saw this model I instantly fell in love. This is definitely not a bulky camera. It's sleek and slender design allows you to take it with you everywhere! I must admit though, I do get a little paranoid that my camera will suffer some severe damage due to being put in my bag and tossed around, which is why I stopped bringing it with me everywhere.
Excerpt: I got this camera for christmas and at first I wasn't too sure about it. After using it I just love it. It was easy to use. It has some really fun features. You can edit your pictures right in the camera berfore you download them to your computer. You also can create slide shows with music. You can play your slide show right on your hdtv(if you have one). You can also tag your photos with either graphics or write names dates etc.
Excerpt: OK. Let me begin by saying I'm not a photographer, so if you are and you're curious about "technical" details, you're going to be disappointed by this review. If, on the other hand, you're an ordinary person who just wants to have an easy-to-carry way to capture important moments and cool views, this camera is for you.
Excerpt: I am Loving my Sony Cybershot 8.1 DSC-T200. It has a touch screen, which makes it is so user friendly. It can shoot almost anything & anywhere we we go. We can even add borders to our pictures.The screen on this camera is large for viewing, which makes it fun for all. The videos turn out just as beautiful. It is small enough to fit in my purse and not heavy, makes it great for traveling. It actually fits in one of our phone cases perfectly.
Used Sony Cybershot DSC-1200 8.1 MP (Zeiss)....happy buyer
7 July 2012
Summary: I wanted a Vista-compatible, used digital cam (my current Praktica isn't Vista-compatible, & the upgrade costs more than a decent used or cheap new digital). I had a tight budget, wanting to stay under $80 (tough call). I read web reviews and knew brands I wanted to avoid; some I might want were beyond $80. My initial pick wouldn't have been a Sony, as no experience with the brand.