Summary: A terrific camera but the sad thing is that it eats batteries. I have ordered two extra batteries to try and keep up with the limited shots I take with it. Quality of the shots are always good but no one likes to change batteries that often.
Summary: I bought this camera for my wife as a Christmas present a couple of years ago. She loves the camera, and all the features on it. Lightweight, easy to use, and loaded with features. The 14 MP quality also produces some excellent photos.
Summary: This camera was a great camera. I only had it for about a month until someone using it to take a picture of me dropped it onto a wood floor. The lens gears would no longer move in and out and the camera made grinding noises and became useless.
Summary: Camera received in promised (long) time-frame. Camera was in not perfect, but completely fine shape as stated in description. Small cosmetic imperfections but works great. Like 7x optical zoom, but wished it was backed up with digital zoom.
Summary: I bought this camera because we didn't want to take our bigger video camera on vacation with us and I wanted a relatively simple point and click, user friendly camera that would almost always take wonderful photos.
Summary: The good: Simple to operate; 7x zoom lens in a compact body; inexpensive for its general specifications. The bad: Long shutter lag; mediocre low-light photos; lower-end components. The bottom line: Sony's Cyber-shot DSC-W370 is an inexpensive compact camera with a long lens; however, its shutter lag...
Summary: after experimenting with different brands of cameras over the years i've settled on sony as my camera of choice. i recently made a lateral/upgrade to the W370 and couldn't be happier. after reading the pro/con reviews i noticed a common thread.