Good sharp images for an older digital camera. Battery life is excellent. Solid macro performance. Problems: Slow...Slow...SlowView review in forums Leave a comment on this review
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S75
I'm not new to cameras (35 years) and I'm a confirmed Digital person since 2001. Currently use a Nikon D100 (Excellent Camera) and a Nikon D1 (Also a great camera with some limitations) I chose the Sony because of their reputation for good lenses. Under good lighting conditions I makes excellent 8 X 10's Another reason I purchased it (used $179) is because it is small and easy to carry. I don't like lugging the Nikons around and I always carry a camera, you just never know what will pop up. I ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
I've owned this camera for a year now and have taken over 10,000 photos through out Colorado with it. This camera is awesome. I have five 128 meg memory sticks, which was great for a week in Orlando at Disney World. I have a second battery, but seldom ever need to use it. All though this camera is dated, I will probably be taking pictures with it for years to come. I have several 35mm film camers, this Sony blows them away in picture sharpness, and with a seven year old daughter, I have this ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
Picked this up recently on Amazon UK site for the bargain price of GBP£250. Gone the way of many reviewers and purchased a 128 mb memory stick. Fantastic camera that I personally think looks even better than its slightly higher specced, but even more pricey repalcement the DSC-S85 Problems: Fiddly rear joystick button 8mb memory stick provided wholly inadequateView review in forums Leave a comment on this review
Great battery life. Carl Zeiss lens (need I say more). Great image quality. Ability to take pictures in total darkness. Macro feature great asset. Auto, aperature/shutter priority modes, as well as MPEG movie modes. Feature-rich. 3 Megapixels allows me to make up to 8x10 photo quality prints. Bought this camera when it was $650 (about 1.5 yrs ago). It was an improvement over the S70. The battery life is incredible. I routinely take the charger with me on long trips but the battery life will ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
I've had the Sony S75 for half a year now... and I haven't encountered any technical problems at all. A rugged camera with a sharp lens, and easy to use. Plus I find the manual aperture and speed a bonus. The battery life is VERY good, always manage to take all the photos I need in a day. The eyepiece comes in very handy when taking photos in bright sunlight (you cannot see much on LCD displays in sunshine on ANY camera). I advise everyone who buys this camera to get the VAD-S70 adapter ring ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
After much research, i decided on the DCS-75. Im a sucker for Sony products to begin with, but after doing research on the DCS-75 me and my wife are thrilled with this camera. The construction is rock solid, it has all the features we were looking for and the sharpness on the shots are amazing. The menu is user friendly and it is very easy to set up any type shot you want. Paid $399.99 (U.S) thought it was a steal compared to other camera's at Best Buy. Problems: Flash and red eye reduction ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
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