Summary: The camera screen was grainy and close ups were extremely blurred. I thought I was buying new recently released model but I think it may be an older model. Maybe it was a pre-owned or somehow damaged in shipment. Whatever the case, it was useless to me. I bought SONY model DSC-WX60 and I am please with it so far.
Summary: I purchased this for my mother in law because it is easy to operate and use. She will be taking a trip to Austrailia and wanted a camera to capture her trip. I have this same camera and love it.
Summary: this camera was used and came just the unit; no chager or memory card. Final cost was $20 less than new. It would be a better deal if obama would start a giveaway like his cell phones sorry you taxpayer suckers
Summary: This little camera is decent for under $100. Not the highest quality camera out there. Have run into issues with it locking up on me from time to time where I have to take the battery out and put back to get it back working. I take 40-60 pictures per day with it for my job an have owned it for 3 years now. Buy a spare battery as it doesn't last long if you are taking a lot of shots.
Summary: My husband kept borrowing my camera to use at work. We've had 3 SonyCyberShot cameras & they've all been great so I figured this one, a newer model, with an even greater number of Megapixels in a slim, lightweight body would be just right. WRONG. By comparison to the older Cybershots we are still using, most of the photos taken this past month have been servicable but not great; even using high resolution settings.
Summary: This camera was purchased to replace a Sony Cybershot 14.1 that was damaged by my husband running over my traveling bag with his van. I thought I was purchasing an exact replacement, but This DSC-W620 is nowhere near as good as the DSC-W330, which takes better pictures even though it has been damaged. Most of the pictures on this new camera turn out "double exposed" looking.