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Excellent

AdvantagesGreat features, good image quality and all at a great price.

DisadvantagesOnly a couple (see review)!

...The last camera review I wrote was on the fantastic Sony A700 DSLR and at the time I mentioned that Sony are still very new in the DSLR market, they are however very well established in the point and shoot market and the camera I am reviewing today (the Cyber-shot DSC-W220) is the latest in their fabulous Cyber-shot W range. It comes in the usual range of colours (silver, black, blue and red...

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Excellent

Advantagestimes

Disadvantagesthe battery and memory stick are quite expensive and no panoramic shot

...the first case of the infection started in the UK) in June. This is also the time again to test and prove that Sony DSC W55 has the "x-factor" - topping the digital chart. The model hit the market in the early of 2007 and I bought it in April of that year. My brother influenced me to buy this unit after I have used his W70 model when I forgot to bring the battery charger of my old Olympus IR500 during...

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Super

Advantagesquality photographs, rechargeable battery

Disadvantageslong battery charge time

...thing! Out of the blue and for no reason. He said he wanted to get me something nice and he wanted me to have something a bit better for photos than I already do. I said that no it is far too expensive and would probably be wasted on me. I know nothing about photography beyond the point and shoot stuff. But he wasn't having none of it. Instead he said its a transitional camera and I could learn...

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