Summary: I have two of these cameras. I mainly use them for construction job site photos. But I carry one around all of the time, and have taken some surprisingly good "fine" art photos too. Print out to 8 x 10 quite well. What a bargain today. My first one cost $335, second use one only $100. Now even less.
Summary: Loved this camera - i had it for 1.5 - 2 yrs and i was good for several more years if it weren't for the evil rain that destroyed it. In every occasion that involved taking pictures in low light situations, thanks to this camera, I've always had the best pictures among my friends with other cameras.
Summary: i bought this as a replacement to my sony w570 which my friend dropped at a house party and stopped working. this take pictures fast, compared to my old one which you had to wait for 2 flashes lol . alil bit bulky compared to my old camera.
Summary: The good: Nice photos. Small camera. Good night shots.240-degree shots. Compromises: Minor issues -- sometimes the picture wheel moves to a different setting because the Sony holster bag is a tight fit. No date stamp. Reformating memory stick is best done on computer.
Summary: You can't beat the value and ease of use for this camera. It produces pictures with great color and clarity that rivals many entry level SLRs. Good for a wonderful point and shoot. My wife loves this camera.
Summary: This is one of the most awesome camera I have. Good job Sony for making this. It's thin; it's lightweight. The battery lasts super long. (No kidding) The video feature is really awesome, and I believe it is better than most of the "cheap" video camera out there. This one is totally worth the money.
Summary: I bought this camera because of the high ratings it received for indoor pictures. I just returned a different camera because the shutter lag was horrible and so was the indoor picture quality. The Sony Cyber-shot takes wonderful indoor / low light pictures with fast shutter speed.