Reviews and Problems with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W120
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Good for Children
Helen Woideck, Amazon
19 January 2014
Summary: We bought the camera instead of buying a childs camera. Childrens cameras get bad reviews. We set the camera up for point and shoot for a five year old. Downloading isn't a problem either. It is too early for Photoshop.
Summary: For the price, the product is OK. I bought the camera once prior to this (not from Amazon) and it lasted about a year each time. I would be hesitant to recommend this camera to a friend. It did work really well for a few months, but if you are looking for long term, I would look into other options.
Summary: The camera had alot more scratches than i thought, but my girlfriend still liked the Sony Cybershot since it is thin, so i guess for now it is ok. But it has not been tested to see how long it lasts as some people say it starts to have problems after taking 200 pictures or so.
Summary: Purchased from a discount store via Amazon. Delivery was timely. When the box was opened, it looked like it had been opened before, although everything was there. A short while after, I noticed a stuck pixel on the display. I guess that was why it was discounted. If conditions are right, the pictures are excellent. By right, I mean the subject must be holding still and the lighting must be good. Shutter lag is a problem, especially trying to get shots of grandkids.
Summary: it takes good pics if you take care of pre hold shot button otherwise some pics get blur. exelent for sun pics but not good resolution with zoom. smile shoter is nice but not always case good and memory stick good.
Summary: I've always purchased Sony digital cameras until earlier this year when I purchased my first d-SLR. Due to the SLR's bulky size, I wanted another camera to carry at all times in my purse. I purchased this camera with high hopes for great pictures and ease of use. The ease of use is awesome. Quality of pictures is something else. They're okay but nothing spectacular. Blown up in Photoshop, I am sadly disappointed.
Summary: I got this for $109, and based on that price, this camera is a wonderful bargain. At the MSRP price of $179, I'd much rather go with a Canon for a few dollars more. Pros: Small size (perfect for pocket), huge display, solid construction. Face & Smile recognition is a FANTASTIC feature, and steadyshot is a blessing for my wife. cons: Small buttons, deleting pictures is a multi-step process involving menus, 4GB Sony memory cards is 5X the price of 4GB SD cards.