Sony Cyber-shot DSC-P30

Announced Feb 9, 2001 •
1 megapixels | 1.5 screen | 41 – 123 mm (3×)
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Overall it is great but I went on vacation and forgot to pack the software and the sony web site did not have it avaliable to download. I sent an e-mail and am still waiting.

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Very user friendly (my 2nd digital cam), the power button is WAY TOO SMALL! Should have had the AC adapter included. Let me say again, USER FRIENDLY. Problems: none

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This thing sucks batteries Dry in NO TIME FLAT, I really recommend that you buy the Info-Lithium Battery that is available for this camera. Sure its 100 bucks for the full batter and charger and camera package kit, but that info-lithium batter gives me about 100 minutes of run time, it does last a heck of a lot longer than you would get with normal Alkaline batteries. The Images are beautiful, and I like the fact that it uses a USB interface, I even use it as a mobile Hard drive, and put ...

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The DSC P30 camera is the best camera for starters like me Problems: No problems

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NO batterys or A/C adpter! Bad move Sony! Problems: I ran out of batterys before I figured out how to use it.

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This was my first choice for starter digital camera, I like the easy-to-use features and the camera construction. 1.2 megapixel is good enough for snapping photos. Problems: I returned it the very next day, due to the poor battery life. Yes, I used the alkalines that came with it. But a running time of 20 mins max was a joke.The 4MB memory was way to small for storing high res pictures. I bought another brand as a replacement.

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good stuff, but too expensive. i'm living in tokyo now, so the 64meg card was only $50, and the recharger kit was only $55. this is much cheaper than the last time i checked best buy in oregon. Problems: slow flash recharge & cost

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dennie
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easy to use, but it so expensive with 1.3

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Great camera. Yes, battery life is wicked short. MUST buy recharger and batteries. Works great with a Clie', can do some fun stuff with the two! Problems: Just the fact that I can't seem to set "flash" on as default...(maybe I can, can't find it...email me if I can :)

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I solved the batttery problem by paying $15 for off brand (Quest) battery charger with 4 Ni-Hydride (?) batteries included that I purchased at Wal-mart and it wasn't even on sale! Don't need the AC adapter, I just purchased a memory stick reader at Staples for $30. A great camera and with a little looking around, low cost solutions, next on my list is to get a 2X tiffen of Raynox lens for under $50. Good luck

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