Reviews and Problems with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W270
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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W270 / W290
1 September 2009
Summary: The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W290 / W290 is a well-built compact with with a useful zoom range and a range of features that makes it suitable for point and shoot photography. It has some more advanced options, but
lacks anything approaching full manual exposure controls. Auto scene detection, face recognition and smile shutter features will help novices get better pictures with less effort.
Pros: Ease of use., Slick design and build quality, Smile shutter feature., Fast flash recycling.
Cons: Slightly soft image quality., Proprietary storage and port., No optical zoom while filming., No HDMI port.
Summary: The Sony W270 is a great little camera that’s dinky enough to slip into a pocket and carry around anywhere. Its features list – whilst small – cover the main lists of basics for your basic everyday shooting; ideal for those not looking for overburdening scene modes or the complexities of manual options.
Pros: Optical SteadyShot, small size, 720p HD video, Advanced Dual Shot mode, great for day to day snaps.
Cons: Limited image quality, LCD quality lacks, macro mode limitations, poor battery life, Memory Stick Duo type only