Summary: Unfortunately this camera did not live up to the Sony HX30V we were replacing it with. While the picture quality was decent for still photos, the videos we shot with this on our once in a lifetime trip to Maine were subpar quality. The camera has a terrible time focusing properly and the videos are not as crisp and clear looking as our older HX30V.
Summary: Unfortunately, I had to return the camera for repairs (or replacement) because the internal speakers in the camera did not output any audio when playing back videos in the movie mode. The audio was normal when playing back the video though a TV via the hdmi cable. I have not yet received the cameral back. During the short time I did have it, the photos appeared great and the many features were great for such a small camera.
Summary: The Sony DSC-WX350 is a convenient point-and-shoot digital camera and produces good quality images. I did run into a problem with the video capability. The Sony DSC-WX350 creates videos in the MTS format, which requires 3rd party software to convert to AVI, MP4 or WMV so that the video can be played on a computer with standard media players. Sony does not provide computer software for playback or conversion of the video.
Summary: I own the WX300 and did not see any substantial improvement in the 350 so returned it. But both are very proficient in low light and have remarkable zoom for such a small body. WiFi works fine, set up to remote control the camera by my Samsung tablet, and works well as a baby room monitor also...!! I'm an owner of a NEX 5N and looking at the new A6000, but I am still impressed by the pictures and video of this tiny box.
Summary: The camera was received and was nicely styled and fit well in the hand. It was easy to set up and use. The camera's performance in daylight and night time photos was very disappointing. The color reproduction during the day was not accurate. Low light and flash functions produced less than flattering and un-natural images. I am a big sony fan who owns its highest to lowest end cameras and this was a let down especially since it sits in the draw.
Summary: I purchased this camera to use when I don't want to lug around my RX100. It works great outdoors and the 1080p/60fps video is very nice. However, almost every shot I have taken indoors has been ruined by the flash washing out the picture. It is very strong and there is no real way to control it. You can control it to a certain point by using the exposure compensation feature, but what it really needs, and is missing, is flash compensation.
Summary: I have just bought this camera and I am still getting used to the way it works, so far everything looks good especially the movie picture quality, though I have a camcorder and didn't buy this for its movie capabilities. After weeks and weeks of research I finally bit the bullet and opted for this model (toss up between this and the Sony HX50, this won due to its far smaller size) and bought it from a well known high street retailer as it was the same price as on Amazon,...