Excerpt: Business trip out of town, sometime it can be very boring and tiring if we don’t try to enjoy it.in order not to be boring every business trip out of town ,i always bring the camera.Coincidencely i have this Sony Cyber Shot DSC-P9 digital camera. In fact this camera was …
Summary: Although the camera is fine, the memory card format represents a fatal flaw that prospective buyers should consider. The memory cards are prone to format errors (Format Error 13-01) which can cause you to lose your photos. We have 8 memory sticks and have had problems with all but 3 of them.
Summary: I had my camera about a year when it stopped charging fully. It is supposed to get 120mins on a full battery and only got 20. After trying two new batteries I called Sony to be advised that they would look at it for a cost of $180!!! It would have cost me around $200 with shipping!
Summary: This camera is top notch in many ways. I gave it only 4 stars because of one thing: low-light shots. Someone wrote that if you set the flash power manually to highest, it produces good low-light pictures. Unfortunately it's not true. I wish it would be.
Excellent Camera - Memory sticks leave room for improvement
Rick V "Rikity", Amazon
29 May 2003
Summary: As a photo enthusiast with a number of photo workshops/classes and countless books on photography theory from landscape to portrait photography so I'm a very hard person to please when it comes to digital cameras.
Summary: No words can describe the beauty, simplicity, and power of this little miracle device! I've been using it for about 9 Problem-free months. This camera is super for digital snapshots. Connectivity to the PC is simple via USB.
Summary: I have tried both a DSC-P8 and DSC-P9, and have had the same problem with both cameras. I have owned a Canon S110 for a few years now, so that is my basis for comparison. If you own a DSC-Px, you can try this test for yourself. Try taking a picture of a friend indoors with low light.