Reviews and Problems with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T300
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9 September 2012
Excerpt: When I first had this camera I thought to myself how aeshetically pleasing it was. The nice, classy alumnium finish apropriately fits with the price I paid. Before my first shot I said a prayer that the pictures this camera takes will look at least half as decent as the camera itself, and boy they did. Pictures taken in good lighting conditions look amazing, top rate among point-and-shoots.
Excerpt: Great colour reproduction and really easy to use. Also the large touchscreen LCD is a huge plus. However, I do feel that the image quality of the Sony T300 could be better. But overall I am happy with it.
Summary: this is a good thing you can buy or visit ebay and see more about you can interesting they have cloth,shoes,jewerly,things for babays and you can find all you need and it cost less than a department store
Summary: use the camera's outside and inside the home, mainly to take portraits and landscape shots. Like very much the big screen and also the zoom is in comparison with my prior canon (powershot SD 630)much better. It's overloaded with technic which makes it sometimes difficult to find the best solutions.
Pros: Bright LCD, Easy To Use, Great Picture Quality, Macro feature excellent, Zoom quality very good
Summary: I bought this camera to take on vacation to Disney World. It is easy to use once you understand what you are looking for. I LOVE that is has a touch screen and a a slide cover. The zoom is great for this type of camera and lets you get a great close shot. It is small enough to put in your pocket and light enough to not weigh you down. The only thing I would like better is if the battery had longer charge life.
Pros: Bright LCD, Comfortable Controls, Easy Setup, Easy to Keep Clean, Short Lag Time, Strong Construction
Summary: This camera is used by my family for casual use. It is great to just throw in your bag and go. We love the touch screen and the controls are intuitive enough for my 10 year old daughters to use. Basically the camera performs best in its automatic setting, creative control is limited.
Summary: Great for travel, easy to carry, very flexible for differing subjects, lighting, etc., good quality optics, love the 5:1 optical zoom. The non-telescoping lens keeps it very compact. Only problem is lack of a viewfinder... trying to see the screen on the back, even with the bright display, is tough in bright sunlight.
Pros: Bright LCD, Easy Setup, Easy to Keep Clean, Short Lag Time