Wednesday, February 21, 2007
Concluded is the Sony Cybershot DSC-W50
The Sony Cybershot DSC-W50 is a camera that I have purchased only a week ago. I so far enjoy the ruggedness and simplicity in its design as well as the advanced features that are included in this compact camera.
Review From:Imaging Resource
This review gives some information about the camera that I at first did not notice. The review states that it is still a "point and shoot" camera but with some extra features that may please the intermediate user due to its quality, portability, and varied shooting option. What this reviewer did not like about this camera was the claim that the DSC-W50 makes to the high ISO of 1000. Although it is a feature in the camera there is still a lot of noise while taking images in the 800-1000 range.
Review From: Steves Digicams
In this review they talk about everything above but also go in depth on some of the accessories that are available to the Cybershot W series. With the 30mm lens adapter you can add telephoto conversion lenses for greater magnification or protective and special effect filters. A good list of the accessories is available on the image resource review.
Review From: CNet
In this review it mainly focuses on how the DSC-W50 has the same features as the DSC-W30. What I found interesting about this review was not the review itself but the rating that it had received. The reviewer gave the Sony Cybershot DSC-W50 a 6.8 but the average user rating was a 8.3. Making me read the consumer reviews. Everyone is saying how great of a P&S camera it is for the price.
After reading all the reviews and features I am excited to look at everything my camera has to offer.