Reviews and Problems with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX50
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Love this camera works really well but you really need ...
Kellie P "Kellie", Amazon
26 December 2014
Summary: Love this camera works really well but you really need to order extra batteries if you plan on using it for school plays and longer outings as the battery does not last a long time when using the movie feature. Like that you can take video, zoom and take photos (I think 10 per recording time) all at the same time.
Summary: After a few years I still use this! In the age of camera phones this thing is such a step above without breaking the bank. I wanted cleaner shots and HD video. I wanted to take photos I could frame and shoot videos I could watch over, not just retire them them to an online album I'd never see again. The photos are clear and sharp, the video is sooooo nice. I have no need to buy another camera.
Summary: This was purchased as a gift for a family member, but I've gotten to fuss around with a bit aswell. The pictures are very nice, the video slightly less so. For the price I paid it's quite nice.
Summary: I read through so many reviews before deciding that this was the right camera that fit within our budget. We took this on our family trip to Disneyland. It was small enough to fit in our pockets or zipper pocket in our bag. The best feature for our family is that it will power on and is ready to shoot in a matter of seconds.
Summary: Loved this camera, especially the soft skin feature. Then, without warning, the screen had a big grey square right in the middle. Took a picture, turned the camera off, and 5 minutes later went to take another picture, and the screen became defective... could only partially view the photos taken due to the grey square. I didnt drop it or agitate it in any way to cause the issue.
Summary: Operations: I have had this camera for year now and it is the best for me for the money, better quality and speed than my previous 'pocket' cameras. That is except for the slanting inward at the tops of my pictures. But all of my Sony's have done this. Mostly I use it with the "Easy Mode" which makes everything automatic. The menu is a mess for me since I haven't learned it. I am sure the advanced settings would be nice but I don't have time nor the need for this.