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.
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...
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
Summary: Do you want technology or picture quality? The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W270 certainly does the tech, but while it might improve your hit rate of good shots, the outright quality is underwhelming. The handy zoom range and super-fast AF raise the W270 above the ordinary, but not by much