Summary: Wow, I bought this camera a long time ago, now I have a SLDR camera and now I'm at a pro level but this camera is just simply good, it works in every environment, actually i like to bring it to the clubs or bars, it takes really nice photos in dark places. Recommended. (Although there are several newer models).
Summary: The clarity of the images is quite good.Infact better than what i expected.The camera is very sleek.With a Li-ion battery and such a sleek model,this camera is a good pick when u just want to spend a decent amount on the camera. The only flaw with this camera is the size of the display that was provided.
Summary: This was my second digital camera, replacing a "bottom of the line" no name generic "starter" one that that I bought just to get my feet wet and check out the relatively new digital photo technology. I found this camera to take high quality, high resolution images under varying light and speed conditions. It has a very user friendly user interface, consisting of a dial, which one can use in the "everything automatic" mode, or adjust for special conditions.
Summary: First, I only buy Sony for ease of interface between my Vaio, Cameras, TV, etc. etc.: So, you are getting a limited Sony slant. PROS: - Very small, compact. - Intuitive if you know Sony menuing, but still easy for the not-so-challenged. - Takes HIGH capacity, small chips in the Gig range making for up to 20min. or more movies. - Glass, high quality lense. - Easy to interfact to ANY product, Sony or not: Sony usually gets it right.
Summary: The Sony Cybershot DSCW30 digital camera is not made with a metal body! A metal framed slim-bodied camera was what I really desired. Instead, I received a slim-bodied metallic looking camera. If anyone is looking to purchase a metal framed camera and is conflicted about who's right on this feature of Sony's Cybershot, visit any electronics retailer and view the Cybershot DSCW30 for yourself.