Grainy picture, unusable, SONY does not stand behind their products
Kelly C Garner, Amazon
5 March 2013
Summary: My husband purchased this camera for me, with a warranty from sears. It worked properly for about 6 months before it started showing all pictures with grainy lines. I brought it back to the warranty center four times, Sony refuses to replace unless you return it five times (they just send out the...
Summary: I used to have a Sony Cybershot DSCN1, THE BEST CAMERA EVER and after 5 years, I decided to change because the pictures were more and more blurred. After long research, I bought the DSC-W310 hoping I would get the same quality pictures (maybe not exactly the same because of the difference of prices,...
Summary: I was going to give this to my best friend as a birthday gift but not anymore. I wanted to make sure I gave her a decent camera that works at least as good as mine so I took a sample picture in my room.
The camera has screen freeze problem, but the company still charged me 15% restocking fee
9 January 2011
Summary: This camera drove me crazy with the screen freeze problem over and over again, so I had to return it just 3 day after I got them, I even wrote a letter to the company to explain the camera has this unbelievable problem, because the guy on the phone told me if the camera has problem, they won't...
Summary: This camera is great, if your surroundings are great. However, if you happen to be outside where it is bright, or inside where it is dim, or any situation where there is movement, your pictures will come out blurry, yellow, too dark, or with odd shadows.
Picture quality worse than even 7 mega pixel camera
Satyadhir Singh "u235 Maverick", Amazon
11 October 2010
Summary: This is one of the worse sony product I believe. I bought this camera due to its low price as I wanted something for very casual outings. My friend had a Kodak 8 mega pixel camera. This being 12.1 couldn't even match half of 8 MP camera. Kodak was even cheaper than this but picture was good.
Summary: This might be ok for a little kid, but even when taken out of "Simple Mode" it lacks the features and quality of a lower priced Panasonic or Polaroid. Mostly things you wouldn't think to spec out before you bought.
Summary: I wanted a smaller camera to take to a family wedding and that would have a good display in sunlight. Little did I know that you can't see a thing on the display after the sun goes down or in a dimly-lit room...like where the reception was. The zoom is so fast it is hard to fix on the shot you want.