Summary: We still use it to this day. I think I've owned it for 10 years? Only downside is the competition now is touch screen, connected to facebook, built in wifi, etc.. but as far as pictures, I see no need to get rid of this camera until it breaks. Also, it's metal... not plastic.
Summary: I bought this camera used, it came in great condition and was happy with the seller. Good compact camera, picture quality good but not great, eaze to carry around, like to still be able to look through eye opening for focus, newer models no longer offer this feature. I'd buy it again if I had to do over. Fit's my needs perfectly.
Summary: Don't let my title fool you - I love this camera. It takes wonderful still pictures that come out clear and beautiful. But whenever I attempt to take a night picture without flash or of a moving object, they come out blurry. I have tried using the different settings but I still can not get the pictures to come out in focus. The battery last a very, very long time and extremely user friendly in regards to menu features and uploading to PC.
I love my W90!! Red eye issues but they can be corrected right on the camera.
J. Jeroszko, Amazon
10 April 2008
Summary: I upgraded to this from the Sony Cybershot DSC-W50. They have made some great improvements but they have made some changes that I don't like also, which is why I give this 4 stars and not 5. If you're looking for a small point-and-shoot camera, this one is great, but it definitely has red eye issues for indoor pics with the flash, so be warned! The good news though is that this camera has red-eye removal software right in the camera.
Summary: This is my first digital camera. I should have bought a simpler one to start with. It has many good features but I have not figured out how to use them so I put the camera on automatic. If you know what you are doing it's great, but otherwise start with one that is truly "point and shoot." Also, everything is very tiny and I need a magnifier to read the screen.
Summary: This camera is awesome...I can think of very few bad things to say about it. It takes great point and click pictures (which I do most of the time) and it seems to offer a good amount of adjustable settings if that's your style. The different preset settings you can choose on the little wheel (landscape, twilight, etc) work great and using them properly adds a lot to your pictures.