Pros: Sub-$100 Sony Camera. It was a gift for a less-than techsavvy aunt and uncle, and has served them well for the better part of four years. A few months ago the latch that goes over the batteries has gotten loose, but that is not bad for a pretty cheap camera after this much use.
Summary: I was looking for a cheap camera for my upcoming trip to Hawaii. I didn't want to spend a lot of money due to the fact that I just spent a bunch of money on the plane ticket so I searched amazon for weeks and finally decided to get this camera since the reviews weren't too horrible.
Summary: We just purchased this Sony Camera from Amazon.Com last week and already have it up and going. My husband takes pictures of his finished products as a collision repairman and needs a dependable digital camera.
Couldn't be happier with this camera (No SD Card included)
J. Ciriello, Amazon
31 December 2011
Summary: ***Quick Note: This camera does not come with an SD card*** When I bought this camera I was looking for a cheaper alternative to my DSLR camera that I could take with me to events where my big camera wasn't allowed or when I just didn't feel like taking the DSLR with me...
Summary: This camera does everything and then some. Everything works as advertised and it takes great pictures. However, the battery door will not keep latched. A slight touch and it pops open. Very poor design for a camera that appears to be well engineered in every other aspect!
Summary: I got this camera as a gift for Christmas. I literally have used it 2x and it is broken. It will not close its lens and will not take pictures. When I went to return the camera, I had missed the window of return by ONE DAY. Now I am stuck with a broken camera.