Summary: Just a great camera! Small enough to fit anywhere. The pictures are sharp, and touch screen lets you edit easy. Only one drawback is flash could be alitlle better, but still takes great indoor photos.
Summary: I got this camera for my wife. She wanted something that was easy to use, and didn't have dozens of buttons and controls. The DSC-T77 was perfect. She loves the touch-screen user interface, and mastered some of the more advanced settings with ease. Plus, the lime green color matches a leisure suit I had in 1977.
Summary: This is my second digital camera and I've been having so much fun with it for almost five months now that I felt I should 'review' it. It's truly worthy of my 'FIVE STAR' rating. Unlike most digital cameras, it's actually made IN Japan(except for the lens optics which are sourced from the 'world-class' Zeiss factory) Lots of METAL not plastic, and a build-quality that's top notch.
Excerpt: However, there are some precautions you have to observe with this camera: First, never ever drop this thing, it will surely damage the lens or the screen of the camera. Second, make sure you always protect the touch screen with something to avoid it from getting scratched. But if you take care of it properly, it’ll surely last a long time. This Sony Cybershot DSC T77 is one of the few gadgets that I really recommend our customers to buy.
Summary: This is a great camera. I bought one for myself at Wal-Mart for 220 dollars. I wanted to get my Mom one for mother's day, but Wal Mart was all sold out and the on-line Wal-mart wanted 280 for them. 185 was a great price and My mama did not even knwo it was used. We are both very happy with this amazing camera. It takes the same quality of shots as the fancy 600 dollar cameras, but cost a lot less. Highly recommended!
Summary: Wow, all I can say is that I am stunned with how nice it is! Here are some pros and cons: Pros: -Small design -Stunning Photos -Amazing closeups (In close-focus enabled mode)* -Beautiful colors -Low digital noise/grain -Large Screen Cons- -You really need to hold the button halfway down to focus, because with the macro mode built in, it's harder to focus - With the flat lens, tops of fingers get in photos -It takes awhile to load images if you want to review all the...