Sony Cybershot S650 7.2MP Digital Camera with 3x Optical Zoom (OLD MODEL)

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The Sony Cybershot S650 7.2MP Digital Camera with 3x Optical Zoom (OLD MODEL) product was reviewed by 4 real buyers. Customer feedback on the product is 0 out of 5 points.

Great camera except a few details...
/ 5stars

I bought this camera a few days ago. We had a Sony Cybershot for 3 years before this one and loved it. The S650 is a great camera, especially for the price. Takes amazing pictures and I love how it has 7mp, my old one was only 3.2mp.One downfall for the camera is that is will not imprint the date on the pictures (which is important to me, may not be to others), unless you upload them to your computer and use the Sony program and manually add the date on each picture.2nd complaint: it takes great movies with sound, but the sound can not be played back on the camera, only when it is connected to a TV or after you upload them. I like to hear the sound because I am not always around a TV to plug it into. I have little kids and I love to take videos with it and they like to watch them afterwards, but now we can't hear them.3rd complaint: when in low light situations, my old cybershot shined an orange light so you can see the subject or area you are trying to take the pic of, this one does not. You just have to shoot blindly and hope you aimed at the subject.I just don't understand why an upgraded camera would have downgraded features.All in all, I love this camera with a few minor complaints, I recommend this camera for the quality of the shots. Read more

May 04, 2020
Under 130 and it also takes movies...Best value so far
/ 5stars

Short background I was USAF combat photographer during Viet Nam. (see ...) Got out in one piece thank G*d, went back to school and did weddings, special events, product photos, and have kept a camera close ever since. While I have studio level cameras, my old Oly digitals were all broken. My wife ju st last week agreed to try a digital over her film camera.I did a brief review of what was available, and started by limiting my budget to 200 or less. Since getting this economy digital camera, I've put it through its paces, and while I was suitably impressed, I was blown over to realize that it also takes movies, automatically converting them to avi files for immediate viewing on our computers. (nice feature, although lo-res, but totally worth having in a pinch.) You'll note that previewing your shots is done through the digital, color display. You don't have an optical view-finder, as you'd have on other cameras. The upside is that the display is true to the finished shot.And with all due respect to the few reviewers that had a problem with this camera's quality, I'd have to say, on the face of it, that either the camera lens had petroleum jelly smeared over it, the sensor was damaged in shipping or the purchaser/user needs some re-training in basic photography and reading a user's manual. As for battery issues, there are none that I can see. (I have numerous rechargable systems, but many times will use AA alkalines in pro-gear, as recharable systems can fail. You should always keep a couple Alkalines in reserve!) Being able to use AA's means you can go anywhere in the developed World and power it up. If you expect to leave this camera on for many hours, continually scan and view your photos, and then wonder why the batteries are spent.......Read more Read more

May 04, 2020
Sony Cybershot S650 - great buy
/ 5stars

I bought this camera to take with me to Disney World. I have a digital SLR but didn't want to use it on this trip as it is a little heavy for carrying all day - just wanted a small camera which would go in my pocket. I am certainly not disappointed with my purchase - I took over 400 photos and have only deleted 20 of them. The majority of the pictures were sharp with excellent color. I used the optical zoom quite a lot - and this worked really well. I disabled the digital zoom. All the pictures were taken at the highest quality so I could edit later if necessary. I took a lot of night shots of firework displays - some of the pics weren't so great - but others were very good. I would certainly recommend this to anyone wanting a convenient, easy to use camera. The menu is easy to navigate and I found the batteries lasted a long time. It's nice to be able to buy regular AA batteries to use as an emergency. I spent a lot of time in the evenings scrolling through all my pictures, so the batteries were really put to the test! I do like a viewfinder and this camera does not have one - but it really wasn't a problem and even the shots I took when I couldn't really compose the image worked well. Read more

May 04, 2020
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Good Price but No Features Mediocre Lens
/ 5stars

Revised July 14th. I would now rate this camera at 2 stars given other cameras have had price drops, making them relatively much better. This is the 5th digital camera I've owned and the one I've found to be the most lacking. If you are simply looking for a point/shoot with no additional features an d okay pictures (why a 7 MP then), this will work. However, I was looking for something that was a little more than point/shoot (ie, some basic control features which seem to be the baseline of Canon cameras). I would rather take pictures with my previous Canon A85 (4 MP but better quality images).Pros: - 7.2 MP (although I think this is kind of silly... the number of pixels may be high but a 4 MP camera with higher quality would produce better pictures/prints) - mostly easy to navigate around the menus (just not much to navigate) - small/compact - cheap (price), although now the same price as cameras with significantly more featuresCons: - no viewfinder, which is a pain when it is sunny - pictures are mediocre - colors aren't as vibrant as I hoped they'd be - many of the pictures are grainy, even in full sunlight - battery/memory card door opens very easily (too easily... opens up accidentally a lot) - lens distortion is pretty bad and makes panoramas a bust - only advantage over other introductory digital cameras is the sizeI hesitate to recommend this camera to anyone, however, if you are simply looking for a digital camera with ONLY point and shoot options AND that is compact, this will probably work out. Sony is looking for that niche with this camera. If you want a few more options besides point/shoot, look elsewhere.Read more Read more

May 04, 2020
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