Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W120

Announced Jan 23, 2008 •
7 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 32 – 128 mm (4×)
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I bought this for my wife who never liked the bulky old Sony DSC-V1 that I bought years ago. I wanted the quality and control afforded by the V1 but my wife just found it confusing. Seeing how well this did in the budget camera test on this site I purchased this camera as a Christmas present for my wife. Once out in the open I was immediately disappointed with the image quality. For while I considered taking it back but in the end I had to remember that this was a budget camera bought for ...

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I found the image to be very sharp. Color is good both indoor and outdoor, even indoor with flash off. Problems: The image stabilizer is just so so. sometimes the outdoor is a bit too blue.

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Poor Night portrait and night shots. Poor Flash. The images are noisy when shot taken in low light. Macro mode is not so strong. Good battery life. Easy for operations and menu selection. Smile shutter is a feature which is of no use, practically. Poor Image stabilization.

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I have had several film rangefinders, SLR-s, digital compacts, a super-zoom and two DSLR-s. Currently I own a Sony DSLR A-700 with few expensive lenses but I have decided that I need also something cheap and slim to carry in my pocket for everyday use, night clubs, etc and also for shooting short clips. Based on the "Holiday group test budget compact" review I bought W120 for 120 Euro :) Of course - this is no match for a DSLR, but for the money it is spectacular camera and it costs less that ...

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the cheapest sony point-and shoot camera on the market for now, easy for use, new SMILE shooting option which is quite interesting, good face detection, well balanced automatic settings. Good image stabilization. THERE IS NO PICTURE QUALITY LEVEL setting as written in the preview of the camera!!! The quality level setting is only for the movies! Problems: 1. biggest problem - no jpeg quality setting at all, the embedded JPEG compression is too big - pics are TOO MUCH over compressed, with ...

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