DCRP tries out Sony's DSC-S75!|
(Thursday, May 17, 2001 - 10:12 EDT)
Jeff Keller gets 'hands-on' with Sony's 3.3 megapixel, 3x zoom compact digicam, which features MemoryStick storage and an array of manual features...
Our friends over at the Digital Camera Resource Page have now posted their full review of Sony's Cyber-shot DSC-S75 digital camera. Jeff concludes:
"With the Cyber-shot DSC-S75, Sony has a very competitive entry in the crowded 3 Megapixel field. The feature-set, easy-of-use, photo quality, and price are all impressive. Most of my concerns are with the Memory Stick format: it's proprietary, and the included Stick is way too small. Obviously the second issue can be resolved, while you're out of luck with the first one. If you're comfortable with the Memory Stick format and like what you've seen, I can definitely recommend the DSC-S75 as a great 3.3 Megapixel camera."Jeff's review contains the usual look at camera design, as well as numerous sample images and a sample movie clip... For a second opinion, try our own DSC-S75 review, as well as those from our friends at the Digital Photography Review, Steve's Digicams, and Digital Eye websites.
Digital Camera Resource Page website