Summary: Sony is indeed the leader in digital photography and videography. The body design of the camera is just great. The picture quality does all justice to 8.1 Mpix category. The user friendliness is great as well.
Great photos, but you'll need more than the camera
Just ask me! "bronxgal", Amazon
18 November 2007
Summary: Although the "flat" Cybershot I bought three years ago still takes great photos, and can still fit in my pocket, its fatal flaw--a screen which becomes useless in bright sunlight--led me to buy this model, which has an electronic "viewfinder" which can be seen in any light.
Summary: Compared to my Sony F828 for taking long distance shots the photos taken with the H7 have far less digital noise. One complaint is when attaching the adapter ring and the flower lens hood, you can't take a photo with the flash without getting a half moon shaped shadow area at the bottom of the...
Summary: I just upgraqded from a dsc-h2 and wonder a few things about the design of this camera. First, the Sony DSC-H2 was a fantastic camera for the money and I only owned it briefly but absolutely love that cam. After first opening this box and turning the Sony DSC-H7 on, it left me with some doubts..
Summary: I did a lot of research on "bridge" cameras (digital cameras that fall between "point and shoot" and DSLRs) and finally decided on the H7 for two reasons. First, I owned a 3.2 mp Sony camera prior to this one. I was pleased with the way it worked and found the in-camera menus easy to use.
Summary: I have the H7/B version, which is essentially the same camera as this. Having owned another SONY camera before, I was glad to see that most of the functions on the back had not changed all that much, therefore, not a steep learning curve. Pros: flash automatically flips up when needed for a shot.