Summary: Good product. Great price. Takes good pictures. I takes a Sony memory stick, this is the only con. I hate that Sony is so proprietary. If I could have used a regular SD card I would have given it 5 stars
For everyday pictures this is a Reasonable camera for the money.
AJMV "AJMV", Amazon
23 July 2014
Summary: Takes very decent Pictures for daylight and night at short distance. For everyday use.this is not a pro camera, but will last for some years. Well built. very reasonable for the money. Does not feel cheap or plastic in your hand.
Don't rely on batteries that come with the camera.
2 December 2012
Summary: I just wanted to inform anyone purchasing this camera that you should not use the batteries that come in the package. I guess because I had to turn the camera on and off several times, plus taking 8 pictures, the batteries wore down quickly.
Summary: Just got this camera and it seems great so far. It has little shuttter lag and a good flash. For 50 bucks more you can get the dsc-s90, and it has a bigger screen, but i was more than ok with the 2 inch screen provided. The picture quality is good as long as you focus first. Great camera.
Summary: This camera takes good pictures and is easy to use. It's sort of big and clunky compared to newer cameras. It's really easy to plug into the usb port and drag-and-drop your pictures onto your computer. My only complaint is that it goes through batteries ridiculously fast.
Summary: I got this camera for around 163 at dell's site on the summer of 2005, a few months back, a time when it was goin' for a good 230 elsewhere, so i see it as a bargain deal. summary: -The resolution is okay and although its not an 8.0 megapixel one, its decent and sufficient for the light users like...
Solid camera, razor sharp pictures, sturdier than most digicams
Makenna "mark-o", Amazon
27 February 2008
Summary: I've owned two of these Sony DSC-S60 cameras. They are great performers for a low price (I bought both used). It is a little bulky, but the good part about that is, this camera holds up a lot better than many other "pocket" or subcompact cameras (which this isn't).