Summary: Nice intermediate or starter digital camera. Great for the price. As with most cameras you need to add more storage.
Pros: Very long battery life. Easy navigation between modes. The screen displays a small description of the mode so you don't have to just go by the small picture. Shoots pretty decent video with sound.
Cons: None yet but I haven't experimented with too many motion shots.
Summary: I have suggested this digital camera to many other people. Sony has been in this market for a while and has seemed to work out many kinks of previous models. Other than the easily-scratched screen, it is very simple to use with GREAT battery life and FAST speeds!
Pros: Excellent battery life, super-fast start-up time! Shot over 300 pictures at a wedding and didnt even use half the battery life. HUGE display at 2.5"! Manual features appreciated - great user interface describes what each mode is used for. Video works well with good quality.
Cons: Instead of a soft LCD screen, it has a hard plastic over the LCD screen which causes it to scratch very easily. Also, the review button is a bit cumbersome - small and up in the corner next to the tiny optical viewfinder. However I got used to it very quickly after using it a few times.
Summary: I 'm very impressed with this camera. After a long search for a new camera I think I finally found the perfect one. Here's why I like it: 1. Great number of settings for every taste, situation and set that are very TRUE to your selection.
Summary: I just got this camera for Christmas and I love it. My parents did a lot of searching around for a camera that was a good value and had at least 6MP since my last one had 3MP. The shots I have taken are amazing. After I take pictures I can zoom in to see all the detail.
Great little Camera! - Excellent Photos and easy to use!
Randi A. Maves, Amazon
5 November 2006
Summary: I had previously owned a Kodak Easy share that died while I was on vacation. I loved the easy to learn and use features on that camera so I wanted another camera that was easy for a non-professional to use. This little camera has been great! I've had it for a few months now and LOVE THE PICTURES!
Summary: OK -- allow me to mention that the ONLY thing I dislike is that to charge this camera's battery, you have to remove the battery and put it in a small wall charger. The battery charge seems weak and I have to charge it a lot more than the old one.
Summary: I bought this camera two weeks ago, have taken about 100 pics, and my battery is still nearly fully charged. I thought I'd have to buy another battery when I decided to buy this camera, but I'm glad I held off, because it's not necessary (unless you're going on a two-week excursion in the bush with...
Summary: This is a great ultra-slim point-and-shoot camera, its aimed for the novice-intermediate consumers, the camera is cheap ($) for its screen size and image quality, most of the problems are build quality, though can be overlooked.
Pros: Ultra-slim design, 2.5 LCD screen, 32mb built-in memory, up to ISO 1000, fast start up time, looks great, built-in menus are good for those unknown image settings (on the rotary dial), image quality, optical viewfinder, also good for videos
Cons: Big screen means more prone to scratches, 32mb isn't enough so that means buying a memory stick, lag when flash is on, rotary dial gets out of position easily, highest video quality needs a big memory stick, ISO 1000 has too much noise, memory stick/battery slot is on the weaker side, plastic bui...