Sony Cyber Shot DSC-U60 Video
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Sony Cyber Shot DSC-U60 Review
The good: Waterproof to 5 feet; unique design; easy to use; speedy performance; permits one-handed shooting.
The bad: Noisy images; limited controls; slow battery recharging with the bundled charger.
The bottom line: Outdoor enthusiasts and snorkelers looking for a rugged yet stylish point-and-shoot will appreciate the U60's take-anywhere, waterproof design.
Sony Cyber Shot DSC-U60 Specs
Part number: DSC-U60
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