Sony Cyber-shot DSC-P7 review
I was attracted to this camera because of it's compact size, easy menu navigation, and unlimited video mode. As a travel toy, it was wonderfully convenient. The pictures were crystal clear. The video was okay as a documentation tool, but a tripod is needed. Because of its protected LCD, this model is superior to the P71.
Using the optical viewfinder, like a normal camera, caused my pictures to be cut off on the left in landscape and at the top in portrait. Objects I had centered in the viewfinder were shifted left or up. The LCD gives the correct frame, not the viewfinder.
|Sit on rainbow by frapeace|
|Icelandic landscape by BoDrey|
from Best Landscape of the Week 1