Summary: I like these older style Sony pocket cameras !! I've bought around 10 of these ( 6 or 7 different Cybershot models ) over the past 10+ years.....single handedly I can pull the camera from my pocket , sile the front cover and begin shooting ! ( even while I'm riding my bicycle ) . Like any tool , there is a limit to it's applications.......for example , it really doesn't take good photos in low light ( night ) at a medium to distant range .
Summary: My fiance purchased this camera for me for Christmas and I could not have asked for a better gift. It takes GREAT pictures, is easy to use, and I haven't had a blurry shot. If you are looking for professional photos, skip it, but it is the best you are going to get for your money with a point and shoot. The zoom is also AMAZING. I can get things all the way from the front of my yard to the back of my yard. The touch screen also makes things easier.
Summary: Excellent camera but it takes some time to learn to used it. Some users may get poor quality photos. There are other cameras cheaper and easier to use to obtain good pics. But there are few cameras so good looking. I recommend try it before buy it to decide if is what you want.
Summary: I recently lost my big ol' Canon camera that I bought about 4 years back and when I went to the store, I was deciding between the Canon SD1100 and this one. I was really attracted to this one's touch screen so I gave in. But now, I think I want to return this and get the Canon... PROS: - outdoor pictures are really really great - touch screen is a GREAT "WOW" factor; big, bright and cool - pretty fast to turn on - slim, yes.
Summary: I got this camera as an upgrade to my current camera, also a Cybershot. The old one is going strong but; you know. Anyway the camera is great. The menu goes along with the original menu that I'm used to, and adds some cool features. Sony improved the picture quality and speed by a lot. Also the piture stablizer is a vast imporvement in this model. I played with different cameras at the store but none were as simple and clear to use as this one.
Summary: This is my 3rd digital Camera, prior to this I got T100. I found it cheaper on price and higher on quality and features as compare to other sony digital cameras. If you are going to buy T200, you may consider this camera, this is thinner, smaller then T200 and has almost same functions and features except few like t200 has 3.5" LCD which is bigger then this camera but to be very frank I really don't want a bigger screen, 3" LCD is fair on this model.
Summary: I purchased this camera after about 2 months of research on every camera out there. I Love this camera, but I only gave it 4 stars for the following reasons: 1. The product manual doesn't really tell you how to use the camera and the tons of functions. 2. The touch screen is incredible. It can get a little overwhelming because one minute you can find a specific setting or function but when you go back to look for it again, you can't. 3.
Summary: I have had this camera for about 3 weeks now. I struggled between the t200, the t70 and the Canon 800IS or 870IS. I eventually Purchased the t70. At first I wasn't sure if I was satisfied... The touch screen made me nervous, and I wasn't all that fond of the menu set up, and for the first few days it seemed like it made a better conversation piece that a functional pocket camera!