Reviews and Problems with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX150
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good but not rugged
Dino_G "dino", Amazon
23 January 2015
Summary: I bought this for work, I work mostly outdoors in sometimes harsh, hot/humid environments. This took great photos at first but after 6 months the battery door latch wouldn't hold so I had to use tape to keep it closed. It also did not operate well in humid conditions; when you turned it on the lens would stick and it wouldn't turn on correctly. After a year the picture quality deteriorated due to it wasn't focusing properly so I got another camera.
Quite frankly and simply stated "it's the best digital camera that I have ever owned"
14 December 2014
Summary: Purchased this November 28, 2012 and am just now writing my first review after 2 years of using it. Quite frankly and simply stated "it's the best digital camera that I have ever owned". It's what I have come to expect from the Sony brand name over the years and I have "not" been disappointed. No problems whatsoever with it even after 2 years of usage.
Summary: After using this for about a year, I am not impressed. The shutter is very slow. The picture quality depends on the exact setting which when achieved doesn't work if you step out the room or if the light changes. You have to fiddle around with the settings taking a pic each time to choose the correct one. And honestly, ain't nobody got time for that.
Great as a general camera/camcorder, not so much for the effecs/3D
30 August 2014
Summary: This is an excellent, high quality, and very easy to use camera. The menu on this camera is very easy to navigate and if you're buying this for someone, like I did, who is terrible at setting up the right stuff on a camera, then this IS the camera for you as it has an easy point and shoot mode that automatically sets itself up for high quality shots I'm very happy about.
An affordable, functional camera that will do what you need and more
18 July 2014
Summary: After an ex decided to help himself to a significantly more expensive camera I owned in the process of a breakup, I replaced it with this puppy. It's affordable, does the job, does not require reading instructions if you are at all tech savvy, and all of my pictures and videos turn out better than expected. Love it. Great for travel. I've had it 2 years now and it still holds up. No complaints.
Summary: This was purchased to replace a similar Sony that we had for a few tears and did not survive several "drops." The first camera was for my wife to have a point and shoot experience and not have to work with my more complicated camera. Guess what - I got hooked on that one, and this replacement is fantastic. In the past 2 years we have been to National Parks in the U.S., spent 2 weeks in France and basically now have it with us all the time.
Summary: I am using this camera to keep memories of our family trips. We went to Europe and when I asked to other hotel guests to take a picture of the family, they frequently asked: Where did you buy this beautiful camera?. It's very little (light) and very thin, but the picture quality is superb. I used to carry a Panasonic with me at least 5 years ago, but I decided to change when I read about the capabilities of this cybershot. My favorite?