Sony Cyber-shot DSC-P10

Announced Feb 24, 2003 •
5 megapixels | 1.5 screen | 38 – 114 mm (3×)
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Avoid this camera like the plague. The only reason to buy this camera is if you only have $300 to spend on a digicam...otherwise, pony up the extra bucks and find something like a Canon powershot G5 or s50 or even the Olympus c5000. Problems: Terrible color balance and poor all around performance. If you have ever used a Canon G5 or the Sony f717 or even an Olympus c5000, you will not be able to tolerate this camera...it stinks.

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Hello I'm from Denmark, so please be aware my english isn't perfect!! I've just bought the Sony Cybershot DSC-P12, a very fancy and cool cam. I think the camera is allround good, but still there is something bothering me. When the camera is turned on, and the "lins" is out, you can move the "lins" a few milimetres from side to side?? Is this a defect on my cam, or is this normal? Maybe other with this camera could provide knowledge for me?? Another question. When i have selected the ...

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JohnnyL
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The Image quality is bad. Not what I expected from any 5.0 megapixal Camera. Construction-Small but not to small feels good in your had. Features Good Flash Image quality the Picture quality is about as good a a bad 2megapixel. Ease of use- Ease to use a Point and Click camera. Easy to ajust features. Value for Money. Would NOT buy the camera again. Nor would refer anyone. In fact I can't get rid of the one I have. Problems: The Image quality is bad. My first dig-camera was a 3 megapixel. I ...

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This DCam has really the best value for money for consumer level devices. It takes great and sharp pictures with very beautiful and intense colors (see problems for the greens) and has an incredible small size and price. I bought it at the Migros (local supermarket) at 2003-nov-28 for 568 CHF (350 Euros) with a battery, charger, 32 MB memory and a 2 year warranty. It's supported on Linux as an USB Mass-Storage device after a minor unusual_devs.h modification and kernel recompilation. The ...

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I own and use the following camers: Nikon D100 (great camera), 995 Coolpix, N80 and N8008 (yes I am partial to Nikon). The Sony DSC-P10 fits my hand, has a great shutter lag time ratio, excellent resolution and the pictures print great on my Canon 950i printer, with minimal correction in PhotoShop. The size, resolution, features I wanted in secondary camera (date/time imprinting, shutter lag time, and fit to hand), I could not find in any other camers. Problems: Plastic cap over usb and ac/dc. ...

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I have had the Sony P10 for 5 months. The outside pictures have been very good. It is very well constructed. I have found that the indoor flash pictures have been fair to poor. I am very careful to stay within its flash range. In the macro mode,the flash pictures are washed out. Part of the problem may be in the small size of the P10 and the fact that the flash shutter speed is about 1/40 per second. I dont see it practicle to carry a tripod for a pocket camera. I find that the zoom lens can ...

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Calintz
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Hi frm singapore , This is my FIRST digital cam, Has Bought and try within a day for clubbin yesterday.. The quality is great for such a small handy cam, highy recommend 1.. Very comfortable with it.. shot serveral great shots.. and the video/audio mode is terrfic. A* !! Easy to handle/use.. juz read through the manual book and i got it.. excellent master piece by sony.. Problems: *Expensive memory stick( 128mb is enough for me) *You cannot zoom while filming (though it is a photo camera) * ...

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alex
 
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Compact camera with very good construction.Ppicture quality is exelent. Easy to use. Problems: none

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Living in Australia, electronic equipment is in most cases inherently expensive. I managed to arrange for a colleague of mine at work to purchase the P-10 in Singapore (Pacific Plaza - a place known for great deals on the latest cameras). Managed to get it for $AUD 636, which is a great bargain. I've only had the camera for a month now, but so far I have thoroughly enjoyed it. It's easy to operate and surprisingly has extensive features for what is really a shoot and draw type of a camera. ...

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I've now had this camera for 3 weeks and it is a gem. Easy to operate ,superb features for a camera this small , and picture quality that is virtually as good as my 707. I got it for £285 from Amazon and it goes everywhere with me. Really pocketable. I spent a considerable time reading and weighing up the opposition and went for this. I already had some memory sticks for the 707 so I guess this was a factor but the results are excellent. The colours are much more realistic than the 707 and ...

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