Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX150
Announced Feb 28, 2012 •
18 megapixels | 3″ screen | 25 – 250 mm (10×)
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Hi there,,,, please anyone here who can help me,,, actually i dropped my Sony WX 150 digital camera into water. i dried it up but it was not catching the image in front of the lens,,, I got it repaired from a shop. It started to capture the images but when i tried to ZOOM IN the picture of the screen goes dark,,,,, Can any one please tell me what is the problem in this regard? thanks
I'm looking for the best vacation camera I can find for around $150-$200 that will fit in my pants pocket, has option optical zoom, and takes nice shots in auto. These are the two cameras that stuck out for size, 10x and 20x zoom, and nice pictures in my price range. For longer distance shots, a nice phone simply won't do. Can anyone recommend one over the other? Maybe someone more informed has a different pocket camera in this range that would be more suitable for what I'm looking for. As...
By: C0WB0Y (Mar 12, 2013)
Leaving in 30 days for a 5 day trip to Mexican Caribbean (hour south of cancun). Looking for a compact camera to take along. Trip will consist of visits to 2 different Mayan sites, jungle, caves and of course plenty of beach shots and pictures of the mrs and I.Image quality is king, followed by post process zoom and cropping (junkie for large canvas prints of my best shots) and then compactness (will not be carrying it in a bag). I'm assuming zoom will be used but don't expect the need to...
By: Bill_C (Dec 26, 2012)
Posted to: Sony Cyber-shot Talk
Hi guys. My daughter wants to be able to create music videos that have the backgrounds out of focus, but without going the SLR route. I see that the Cyber-shot W150 has a "background defocus" effect. I was wondering if anyone can tell me how well this feature works and if the effect can be used when videoing - maybe putting the camera into that mode and filming via the dedicated video button? Thanks.
Hello,I've been consistently searching for a while now and I'm overwhelmed by the vast amount of Point and Shoot cameras that are out there. It's been a long time since I've owned a point and shoot, and when I did it was a cheap Fujifilm "back in the day". Now I own an entry level Pentax KX DSLR.. I am looking for a point and shoot because I am going to be serving an LDS mission in Buenos Aires, Argentina and I would love to capture as many photos as possible and I want them to be quality.In...
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