Sony Mavica CD200

Announced Feb 28, 2001 •
2 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 39 – 117 mm (3×)
Michael
 
0
replies

hi! i love this camera! aldready done about 9000 shots with it. If you want to see some sample images check my page @ http://www.pixelcatcher.de or this sample image: http://www.wss-stuttgart.de/~dambom8a/bottleweb.jpg Problems: none for so far

View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
0
replies

I had a Sony DSC-P50 camera and I am so glad I got it takes back on the last day I could becuase of this Sony MVC CD-200. This is an amazing camera and the only drawback I can see is the white balance which sometimes make the indoor pictures sometimes have a blue cast in the background. The camera has a wealth of more features compared to the DSC-P50. I would recomemd this camera for anyone who wants a high quality camera and a very cheap storage medium. Memory sticks run about ...

View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
0
replies

I just used the Canon powershot A20 for two weeks. I simply love it compare to my old Olympus d-500 However, I have owned A digital camera for a few years and one of the Limitations of digital cameras is reliable transfer of storage. I have lost many pictures do to not proper storing or just not having enough time to transfer images resulting in lost photos. MY main reason for my switch is the Ability to burn the CD'S and forget about Them . . But I think the CD burn could become a digital ...

View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
0
replies

I have just purchased my 200 and I find it very intuitive and easy to use and I think it is a great buy.

View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
0
replies

Want to jump in here. Appreciate all the pro's and con's of the 200 which I am looking into. But I agree with Rue - that is exactly why I am looking into it. Also, bear in mind (assume many of you are Americans); I am Canadian and our prices are substantially higher than yours. The 200 is going for $1400.00 up here and even our disks are much more expensive; therefore the cost factor and re-useability DO play an important part. Figure that by the time I use a CF card AND buy the ...

View review in forums Leave a comment on this review