Reviews and Problems with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S750
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Mighty handy little camera !
7 August 2014
Summary: I have owned a Sony DSC-S750 camera for about 8 years. It is pocket sized and handy. The camera developed a black spot in the center of the frame. This camera is a direct replacement for that camera. I chose this model because I had batteries, memory and other items to fit it!
Excerpt: The Sony Cyber Shot S 750 digital still camera is one of the greatest cameras I've seen and used for the money. It's only draw back in my mind is the requried use of a memery stick instead of the typical chips. I love the auto focus on faces and the easy to use features. The best easy to use feature is the easy to turn wheel to select shot settings and on sceen gives a small description of what those changes will do to your photo.
Summary: Great digital camera. Light weight,compact and easy to use.Bought this used camera to replace my original S750 that was damaged. Sony wanted too much to repair my S750.Good camera for first time users.
Summary: I tried out a few different digital cameras before going with the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S750 7.2 Megapixel camera. This unit should be all the camera that a normal person would ever need. It has the option of setting all of the settings yourself, for those times when you are trying to produce a certain effect. It also has some of the most advanced point and shoot options that I have seen in any other digital point and shoot camera.
Summary: Not long ago, my trusty "old faithful" Canon stopped working and I began to shop around for a new camera. The newer models don't have some of the nice features that "old faithful" had, and so I was frustrated... could I do without a viewfinder? Besides, I knew the controls of "old faithful", and didn't want to have to go through the learning curve again.
Summary: I have three or four cameras. Three are profesional SLR type. They look like the 35 mm cameras. I had a small camera something like this one. I loaned it to a frieng for his trip to Hawaii. He got soaked in a wave of water and soaked the camera. It no longer works. I use the smaller camera when I ride my motorcycle. It fits in my pocket. The main thing I would do differently would be to get a camera that uses standard AA batteries like the old one.