Reviews and Problems with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T700
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Darius S., Amazon
30 January 2013
Summary: I got this camera for christmas, as I got tired of my Bloggie touch. I am an amateur photographer, and this appealed to me. It takes great pictures for just 10.1 MP... I just rather would have a capacative touch screen rather than a resistive. Lastly, buy a bigger battery for extended use. The stock one's life is too short.
Summary: I am one for aesthetics, and that's one of the sole reasons I purchased this camera. The slick brushed aluminum body, the 3.5 inch brilliant touch-screen display, and it's slim profile. Basically I needed a decent sub-compact point and shoot camera, and the first time I saw the T700 in the store, I knew it's what I wanted. I'm not a huge camera buff, so I can't speak in depth of the optics.
Summary: Overall, I really like this camera. After 'lugging' my Sony MVC-CD400 around DisneyWorld for four days, I researched and then bought this camera. The lens does smear with fingerprints, but you can easily see through it, even in the sun. Best of all, it fits comfortably in all pockets and impresses many people who examine its features. Pictures are simple to download either way using Windows XP. So far, in one month, I've only had one motion-smeared photo out of 125.
Summary: Had a previous Cyber shot and liked, so I bought another. I can't seem to get the flash to force flash and you can't have the dates print on your pictures now, but overall, it is a great easy camera.
Summary: Went to Best Buy to look at this camera and they were selling it for $370! Saw it on amazon for $269 and had to grab it. Best camera I have ever owned so far. I am no professional photographer but for an amature point and shoot picture taker, its a great camera. The only thing I wish I could change, would be the zoom could be stronger, and changing camera settings could be a little bit easier, stream lined. This camera is an awesome camera at an awesome price.
Summary: Overall I like this camera a lot. It's the perfect size to fit in your pocket, even jeans. I have a much older 5mb Cybershot that I think has better overall image quality, but the tradeoff on the size is worth it. The large screen size is very handy and it has all sorts of ridiculous 'scrapebook' options to display picture slideshows and set them to corny music. I think before I took my first shot I had already smudged it, but not a big deal.
Summary: Great very compact camera. Pluses are the touchscreen, superb functionality, and size. In particular, the ability to quickly select a focus point by touching the touchscreen is great. Minuses are that the picture quality isn't as good (to me anyway) as my older DSC W80, and the battery life is short, especially when using the touch screen. Hint: Buy a plastic screen protector for a PSP (playstation portable) and cut it down to fit over the camera touchscreen.