Small and sleek but HEAVY with terrible battery life.
Thomas P. Kimbis "altonplace", Amazon
1 February 2009
Summary: This is a small, well built camera. Don't be fooled, guys: it is not a camera you can slip into your dress shirt pocket despite its small size because it is so darn heavy! Perfect for a purse or inside pocket of a blazer. The slide mechanism works well for saving space and Smile Shutter is a cool feature. But the battery life is what kills the camera, along with not being able to charge it from a usb port.
Summary: It's definitely easy to use. Though the Double Anti-blur Solution is not what I expected. I still get blurry photos on moving subjects. I had an older DSC which took better photos on moving subjects, (I NEVER got blurry photos for real) that's why I thought it would be the same. All the other features are great like the in-camera retouch, and the huge touch screen. The looks won't disappoint you.
Summary: I bought this camera thinking of sony's picture quality since I own DSC-P100 for 4 years now which is still great for pictures except on videos but kind of old now. This product disappointed me on pictures but has lot good features which I think are secondary. Tested it in full day light and in low light using various specs. It may work good for just running or casual photos (I see they are little grainy). I was expecting pics with more clarity but weren't.
Summary: I had a old cybershot that I just loved and so when I learned we were going to Disney I thought it was time to upgrade. It is a nice looking camera. But it has some huge issues. One being red eye. Despite all of its red eye prevention features. (blinking pre flashes etc) They just don't work. It gets real old fast having to fix all the eyes and if your daughter has pretty green eyes then they are black in the pictures because of the red eye fix.
+ nice large sharp screen. perfect for showing off your photos
+ built in software to edit photos on the go
+ built in 4GB memory. can shoot photos without the memory stick
+ can zoom in and out while recording video!
+ 4x optical zoom
- expensive. it is not worth $400!! i think the Sony T77 is a much better value
- thicker than i expected. i still like the older Sony T7
- built in stabilizer and high 3200 ISO dont mean anything in low light.
Summary: PROS ==== + nice large sharp screen. perfect for showing off your photos + built in software to edit photos on the go + built in 4GB memory. can shoot photos without the memory stick + can zoom in and out while recording video! + 4x optical zoom CONS ==== - expensive. it is not worth $400!! i think the Sony T77 is a much better value - thicker than i expected. i still like the older Sony T7 - built in stabilizer and high 3200 ISO dont mean anything in low light.
Excerpt: Convenient Portable Photo Album feature combines an ultra-bright, high resolution 3.5" LCD screen 4GB5 internal memory of or storing hundreds of pictures. Its Face Detection technology enables you to detects up to eight individual faces and controls flash, focus, exposure, and white balance to deliver accurate, natural skin tones with reduced red-eye. 10.1 mega pixel and 4X optical zoom gives you to capture motion does not matter how far the object is.
Pros: Picture quality, image management, editing options, user friendly, great flash
Excerpt: The T700 replaces the DSC T300 in Sony's lineup. It has a 10 megapixel 1/2.3 inch super HAD CCD sensor it has a wide 3.5 inch touch screen display. Its equipped with a Carl Zeiss lens, steady shot optical image stabilization, smile shutter, face detection and an adult priority control and ISCN intelligent sense recognition. The lcd's picture quality has been increased and its great.