Reviews and Problems with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W350
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As a Mac user I won't purchase another Sony camera
Spencer Schultz, Amazon
17 August 2014
Summary: I've purchased Sony products before & have always been satisfied with how well they work & how long they last. However I do have one problem with the company. For some reason, they continue to update the computer software for PC's, but not for Macintoshes.
Summary: I bought this camera largely for the ability to take panoramic shots. It takes decent regular shots and video as well. At first I was very enthusiastic about the camera and took it on business trip to Las Vegas.
Summary: Decent camera. Bought it for my daughter as a point and shoot. I just dont like the long flashes and the double flashing. Also it doesnt use the standard memory card. However it takes good pics and if your not bothered by the dual flashes the camera is a good buy.
Summary: This is a quality constructed compaact camera with a lot of features at a fair price, but the image quality isn't that great. It never has taken a really sharp picture. Some images are better than others, but I believe the optics are cheap.
Excerpt: I've used the DSC-W350 for a year and it is a really great camera. 14.1 megapixels give you sharp images like portraits and landscapes in good conditions. It's small and lightweight, is very nicely designed, and has an easy menu for adjusting while in manual mode.
Excerpt: It has some interesting and creative features, more than a normal compact camera. It works very well in every situation but not in low light conditions without flash, because pictures are grainy. Image stabilizer works well.
Summary: I have always been a fan of Sony products, so after reading and reading and READING reviews for all digital cameras in my price range, I narrowed it down to this one. The first time I used it was on a 9-day trip to the Carolina Coast. I am not an expert photographer.
Summary: Like most, I researched and read and read and researched. I also went to the local Best Buy, and handled as many cameras as possible. I was looking for the smallest possible camera in the under $150 range.
Summary: This camera has a lot of things going for it, but probably just as many things bringing it down. The major problem with it, which was a deal-breaker for me, is that there is noticeable distortion near the left and right edges at wide angle.