Sony Cyber Shot DSC-W1 Video
Pat Houston spends some time with the Sony Cyber Shot DSC-W7 camera.
Get a first look from the Labs at the Sony Cyber Shot DSC-W70, a 7.2-megapixel, ultrathin compact camera with a 3X optical zoom lens and extra sensitivity for low-light shots.
A 2.5-inch LCD, decent image quality, and both automated and selected manual controls make the Sony Cyber Shot DSC-W5 a competent camera for the casual photographer.
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T100 is a slim point-and-shoot whose generous feature set, great photos, and quick performance make it an excellent choice for a pocket camera.
A lot of camera, both in lens and features, the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX200V is a solid choice for point-and-shoot users looking to do a little more than that.
Sony's Cyber-shot DSC-W370 is an inexpensive compact camera with a long lens; however, its shutter lag and low-light photo quality keep it from earning a higher rating.
Sony's careful feature trimming results in the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W220: a well-rounded pocket camera for less than $180.
The Sony Cyber Shot DSC-W100 is a decent snapshot camera, but better choices are out there.
It's not very flexible, and it's not for low light shots, but the Sony Cyber Shot DSC-W50 is still a solid ultracompact camera.
A sweet little wide-angle compact, the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W350 should make a lot of snapshooters happy.
Sony Cyber Shot DSC-W1 Review
The good: Huge 2.5-inch LCD; relatively high-powered MPEG movie-capture when used with Memory Stick Pro; compact.
The bad: Middle-of-the-road performance; occasional serious postprocessing artifacts in photos; no manual white-balance adjustment.
The bottom line: It has a sweet 2.5-inch display and some nice point-and-shoot features, but a few notable weaknesses keep it off our top 5-megapixel cameras list.
Sony Cyber Shot DSC-W1 Specs
Part number: DSC-W1
- Product Specifications
- Product Basic Spec