Sony DSC-S75 review posted!|
(Wednesday, April 11, 2001 - 14:42 EDT)
Digital Eye looks at Sony's full-featured 3.34 megapixel digicam...
Our good friend David Kamanski over at the Digital Eye website has today posted his final review of Sony's DSC-S75 digital camera, a high-end consumer unit with 3.34 megapixel CCD, 3x optical zoom, full auto and manual capabilities, 5-mode flash and external flash connectivity... What did David think of the camera? Here's a snippet of his conclusion:
"[There] are many nice features to discuss which the Sony DSC-S75 provides, with the great color and overall high quality picture results standing out along with the relatively good value you get from the MSRP of just $699. With a solid camera feel to it, very easy menus to use, lots of camera control and manual exposure/focus settings, and a great battery life, the latest 3.34 megapixel offering by Sony is one which we feel has a lot to offer potential buyers, and one we can highly recommend." If you're considering buying the DSC-S75, be sure to read the full Digital Eye review including 10 galleries of real-life sample images, including 2 with direct comparisons to the Canon PowerShot S20, Epson PhotoPC 3000Z, Nikon Coolpix 880 and Kodak DC3200. (Note, however, that the S20 and PhotoPC 3000Z were both announced over a year ago, and the Kodak DC3200 is an entry-level camera that costs less than half as much as the DSC-S75.)
When you're done with David's review, get a second opinion from our own full review, as well as those from Steve's Digicams and the Digital Photography Review.
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