Reviews and Problems with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-F707
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Ease of use 10
Picture quality 8
Overall quality 8
31 May 2009
Excerpt: "This is a great buy for anyone who's taking an interest in photography, and amining to record important moments. The only thing I think could be better is the fact that it only has 5 Megapixels. It works for me, and for many people that's more than enough, but with the development of cameras with 10 MP and more, the 5 MP don't make it top of the tops (another downer is that the camera won't accept more than 128 MB cards, because the model is pretty ...
Pros: beautiful photos, many shutter/aperture options, great carl zeiss lens, great zoom .
Cons: only 5 MP, doesn't accept more than 128 MB cards, large dimensions .
Excerpt: "Bought a year ago as an addition to a pair of EOS 5,s for general use (Freelance Photographer). Overall the picture quality on the higher settings is very good, but a 128Mb stick is a must if you want more than a few pictures. Metering is accurate and it can be used down to quite low light levels (400 ISO) though it tends to become grainy (with picture noise). The position of the zoom buttons is awkward till you get used to them (they have been ...
Pros: Good Picture quality,accurate metering,good in low light .
Cons: Zoom buttons in wrong place, flash too small .
Excerpt: "This wee baby has an impressive range of features - how about fully manual mode (even if everything's done "by wire"), infrared mode, a very good lens (f/2.8 at full zoom i.e. 5x) and laser auto-focus? Whereas the photos might not be true to life (particularly reds come out a bit too intense, which might result in clipping), they are anmong the sharpest I've seen from a medium price digital camera (the price has been dropping ever since it came out. ...
Excerpt: "...best digital camera product that Sony make. I have virtually no problems with this amazing camera. In terms of quality it has to rank as one of the top 5 cameras for the amateur market and the build quality is second to none. Other competitor models such as the Nikon 5700 and the Minotla Dimage 7Hi offer greater flexibility in the manual controls such as a greater range of shutter speeds, however the price reflects this and as such it means that the ...
Pros: Amazing picture quality, comfortable to use, very short start - up time
Summary: Being a would be photographer for many years, and almost struggling with coming to terms with the fact that producing anything like acceptable quality pictures lay fairly and squarly in the hands of the local photo processing plant, digital photography is a godsend. Even with the Nikon F90x SLR and all the lenses, being out of control of the processing, getting good prints was no easy task (not the cameras' fault, I might add).
Summary: Hi thought i would return and give you a short shout about the f707, now that i have been using it for a few months. well, this camera manages to impress everyone who has come across it and myself everytime i pick it up - i have developed a twitchy finger and when i go out and don't have my trusty f707, i do miss it.
Excerpt: "...with sill image: MPEG (monaural). Sony memory stick, Carl Zeiss 5 x zoom lens. Pop up flash .can review photos via slide show, well for presentation s etc, via TV screen (AV cable supplied). You can add audio files to still images (voice). The still image recording battery life with LCD 150 (min) approx or 2500 images, And with finder 150(mins) 2500 images. ...
Summary: I received my DSC-F707 yesterday. I had done quite a lot of research prior to placing the order and my initial reaction is very favourable. The camera is expensive, but a couple of years ago I paid almost the same amount for an Olympus C2000Z. The Sony is certainly way in advance of the Olympus with many more features. (Many features are built into the camera which I would previously have had to do with a photo editing package on the PC).
Summary: i just got my dsc-f707 yesterday - and its just awesome. i had done quite a bit of research before hand, as i always do before buying some electronic kit - and came across not a single draw back. so i went for it, and even though the very steep pricing, i am glad that i got it. its got some super feature, and its so user friendly, that i hardly had to look into the booklet. the nightshot feature is just too cool, and there are many more i need to discover.
Summary: É uma boa câmera "prosumer", apesar da idade (lançada no início dos anos 2000). Tem recursos básicos bons, com destaque para o foco autmático, que é preciso- muito preciso mesmo, mesmo em consições adversas. O design resiste ao tempo e chama atenção (no bom sentido). Vale a pena!
Pros: lente Karl Zeiss, garantia de qualidade de imagem, zoom eficiente, macro para quem precisa