Sony Mavica CD400 review
I have had my MVC 400 for over a year now and I love the quality of pictures. I also like having all the manual controls. It was well worth the money and until the Digital SLR's really get professional quality I'm sticking with my CD400. The lens is awesome. Macro is awesome.
Turn the camera off to save battery power, you better not have a quick picture you want to take, start up time is slow ... the shot is gone before you are ready. Shutter speed is great for action but you only get one shot.
Don't plan on taking any wildlife pictures, you can't get close enough to get a good one:( Learning curve with the manual is a little rough but once you get it, what you can do with the camera is super.
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