I've only had the camera for a week and upon reading most of the reader's opinions, i guess its safe to say (and i do believe) that this is a really good camera.. My only critisms are noted below... Problems: It is hard to frame a shot at night when it is really dark.. i guess more experience of using the camera will get you used to it. The other one is that the compartment door for the battery and memory stick has a thumb rest. You use this thumb rest to push the body forward or towards you ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-F505V
Review from a longtime Sony 505V user - I have had my Sony 505V for about 6 months, and I've taken thousands of pictures with it in all indoor and outdoor conditions traveling across Thailand and China for business. Overall, the 505V camera’s ergonomics have been thoughtfully designed and it is a great camera that takes wonderful pictures in most conditions automatically. You can improve the picture quality if you understand the camera’s strengths and weaknesses, and a few ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
Carl Zeiss - Sharp, beautifule pictures - Excellent in Macro - Fast zoom (It doesn't make any sense to use the digitalZ.) - You can make notes about your settings (voice) - Great manual focus - Very scilent - low noise I really like the colors of the pictures Choose this one, or DSC F707 (Sony corrected almost everything above)! Problems: - Can't catch fast moving objects (very slow - if you had manual camera before this would make you really angry) - no viewfinder - low noise at the night shotsView review in forums Leave a comment on this review
I was a bit worried about handling the f505v while on vacation due to the design, but found it to be quite natural to hold and shoot pictures. The camera seems larger in my minds eye than it is when I am actually holding it. I love the swivel lens design because it allows me to capture photos of subjects without making it obvious that I'm shooting a photo. The controls are excellently placed, and once learned one can intuitively manipulate the settings. I wanted a camera with an innovative ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
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