Summary: It doesn't have the performance and features that current models have but it has one that current point and shoot models don't have: an optical viewfinder. Early SONY cybershots had it but then they eliminated it to reduce size and cost.
Summary: The only reason that I did not give this seller a five star rating is that the memory card was not included and there was no mention of the camera coming without this essential part. Other than that it was GREAT!
Summary: I like this camera for its colors, beautiful outdoor pictures, lots of options and settings. I've been using it for about a year with no major problems. The minor problems I've encountered with it are: 1. About 20% of pictures come out blurry, especially when zoomed in. 2.
Summary: Overall a great product for the price I paid - $150. + 3:2 picture size - great for printing without cropping + Manual modes + Good quality pictures - screen, print + Direct to TV cable included + Internal memory for faster response time + Lets me do most of what my SLR gives me - Non-standard USB...
Summary: I have used digital cameras before but the pictures never seemed to come out right. With the cybershot my pictures come out beautifully and crisp. I have only had it for a short time but so far I love it.
Summary: I have a big nice Sony but was looking for something small to keep in my purse. It takes great pictures and it easy to use. I love the recharageable batteries. The only negative things I find are the cover for batteries and card is very weak. I am so afraid it is going to break.
Summary: I got this camera for Christmas and have already taken about 50 pictures with it. Love the big screen on this camera and it has a lot of great features that the average user probably won't ever use, but I hope to.
for the guy that doesn't know how to take pictures...
claudiomarcelo "claudiomarcelo2", Amazon
17 December 2005
Summary: Above , a customer Cambridge Don, complaint that this camera is awful for taking pictures with flash.....and gave this camera two stars well obviously he doesn't know how to take pictures with digital cameras This camera as well as any of its kind example Canon Powershot "do not need" any flash for...
Summary: After much deliberation and research, given I was about to shell out over 300 bucks, I went with the Sony DSC-S90. I won't go on and on about specifications since you can read them for yourselves.
Excerpt: I purchased this camera one year ago, for about ₤220. It was money well spent! This camera provides high quality photographs, while also being simple and easy to use. The camera is also light-weight, compact and modern-looking. The photos that this camera produces are of very high quality.