Sony Cyber-shot DSC-P10

Announced Feb 24, 2003 •
5 megapixels | 1.5 screen | 38 – 114 mm (3×)
Pipo
 
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great tiny little thing. I'm using a DSC-P12, same model as DSC-P10 except that it gets delivered with 2 batteries and a soft case. (This definitely is worth the additional couple of bucks!) Before I was using a DSC-P5 but that one got stolen in Barcelona, Spain. :( Image quality is pretty goot. The cam is built stable and you don't even need to use any case if you carry it around in your pockets. Nice thing, the multi AF, but most of the time you keep better control over retular center AF. P ...

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2nd digital camera, sold my sony dsc-f505v for this one, for improved features, the P10 is a solid camera. had this camera for about a week now, it works great, quick response, generous allowance for shooting manual. Choose this camera if you want a really compact camera that packs awome amount of features, and fast response.

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Is my first digital camera.The camera is excellent, easy to use.Wonderful resoulution. Problems: none

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This camera is a total FARCE!!!! Problems: poor AF

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The DSC 10 is my second digital camera. I've been using the 707 for 1,5 year and i was looking for a small alternative in addition. This camera is handy and small with high quality pictures. With this size you will certainly jeopardize the quality you will get from e.g DSC 7X7, but for occations where the large 7X7 is not right this is a real good alternative. User friendliness and features are great. I would say specially the histogram, fast change of resolution and multiburst are good. If ...

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I have had this camera for about five days and taken perhaps 100 pictures with it, indoors and out, flash and natural light, portraits and landscapes. This is clearly a snapshot camera, rather than a "serious" enthusiasts' camera. Manual overrides are relatively few. However, the extra pixels do help and this is probably a better buy than the P8, which is essentially similar but with fewer pixels. My primary complaint with the P10 is the Auto White Balance. I found it produced a dull ...

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