Summary: I love this camera, this is my second in four years....I dropped the first from my horse.....This camera has a great slim design that fits well into a pocket...it takes great pictures and the batteries last a long time. The only bad point I have found....is sometimes I hit the touch screen when I am taking the picture and this changes my setting.
Summary: I got this camera primarily for its promised excellent quality in low light condition and I am very satisfied with its overall features! Take time to familiarize yourself with everything this great gadget has to offer and you will find it very useful. I like the Sweep Panorama of this camera. It's perfect for capturing the whole scenery rather than just a portion of it.
Summary: Takes better pictures than any other camera I've owned. I paid more for it and don't feel ripped off. The reason it's four stars is because the battery is rubbish after about 6 months (but still holds a charge for a full day) so I'm replacing it now because I sometimes forget to charge it for the next day. Also, I don't like that you have to be in 4:3 mode to get the full 10 mp but I think that's just an area of the picture issue (I love shooting in 16:9 . . .
Summary: I bought this camera as a replacement for an older version of Sony Cybershot. So far, it is working great for me. It is very light and easy to carry. I have to get used to the portability and weight of it since my previous camera is more on the chunky size. The only thing I don't like about it so far is that it doesn't have the feature of imprinting the date on the picture automatically. It also has a touch screen feature which I'm not so fond of.
Summary: I ended up with both cameras and have used them for about a year. I am a point-and-shoot camera user with no professional experience in this area. I found myself carrying both cameras at the same time. Since they are small, one goes in the left front pocket the other in the right. I ended up using the Sony for still pictures and the Casio for movies. The Sony is very easy to pull out, flip up the lens guard and shoot. Imagine a quick-draw gunman in the Old West.
Summary: This Sony camera is a great small portable digital camera. Good sharp photos and a ton of features. You can use as a "point and shoot" using the "Easy Mode" feature for the average photographer or hit the menu and you then have all the MANY features at your disposal for the more advanced person. Take time to read and understand the instruction manual! Be sure and buy an xtra battery as the camera will gobble up the available "juice" while shooting.
Summary: The short review: I've owned this camera for a week and tested it out thoroughly. If you want the smallest, most convenient camera possible, this is the one for you. If you want great low-light performance and great high-def video quality, this is the one for you. If you want ultimate still-picture quality, this is not the one for you. The long review: I bought this camera to replace my aging Sony DSC-T7.
Summary: This camera will do it all. All the features are a little hard to grasp. The touch screen is very sensitive. I'm still learning about everything it does. If you plan on taking any video you will def. need a bigger memory. Over all I like the camera. A little costly for the camera in my opinion.