Summary: Good: Simple adjustments to over expose and color balance - uses touch screen like the iphone. Not so much: THERE IS A SILLY DESIGN FLAW. If you put the cam in Burst mode, it doesn't warn you that flash will no longer work, not in the manual either. Manual doesn't even mention burst- and yahoo!
Summary: This was the second digital camera that I have owned. My first one was also a Sony Cybershot, but it was very large and bulky. Since I didn't have problems with my first Cybershot, I decided to stick with Sony because it was an all around good brand.
Summary: I bought this camera 1 year ago. I thought that because it was Sony and was expensive, it would be a good camera. I also loved the sleek design and the large LCD touch screen. Although this camera isn't terrible, there are definitely better out there (and for less $!).
Summary: The camera is for someone who has small fingers because everything in it has tiny buttons, the only thing that it has big is the display, this is why I bought it in the first place but I didn't know what I was getting into.
Summary: I also own a similar older Sony Cybershot camera and the picture quality was much better on it. It seems this camera is about style over substance. I like how the cover slides down and the large touch screen, but the picture quality is sub-par.
Summary: Great camera!! I am not much of a camera person but I just had a little girl so I want to capture everything I can. I love the touchscreen but I wish there were a couple of quick buttons, it comes with a stylus though and it doesn't take too long to learn if you are a casual user.
Summary: Can someone help me out here.. Everything I read about this camera (manual, youtube videos), talks about its "menu" option being 3 pages. but I only see 2 pages on mine. For example, I do not have the setting where you can set "steadyshot" option.
Summary: I got this because of the good reviews by Cnet on the sister T-100 camera. The touchscreen is fun to use and great to review pictures with friends. However, the pictures are terrible. Especially in low light conditions. There is blur (even with the anti-shake) and the pics are grainy.
Summary: PRETTY IN PINK I own a professional camera (Canon EOS 1D Mark III) so it was bit of an embarrassment to seek a camera for my wife that was "cute" (1st criteria), "slim" (2nd criteria), and "pink" (third criteria). For these three criteria, there is no substitute other than the T70 from Sony.