Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX200 Review

August 5, 2013 | Matt Grayson | |

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#1 Mar

Really like this one, it is so thin that it is like a natural extension of the hand, and the images most of the time look great. It stays with me wherever I go.

As with all cameras so far, there are always compromises. Images are always soft. In bright shade it will pick ISO 800, which is crap as mentioned in the review. If I lower the ISO to avoid the noise, it will lower the shutter speed resulting in possible camera shake. The aperture is always stuck in f3.3 on wide angle, and cannot be changed. As with all cameras with small sensors, it routinely has a blue cast in the shadows, and it always blows out the highlights in strong daylight; but it never blocks the shadows (in iAuto).

2:31 pm - Sunday, August 11, 2013

#2 scarlett

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3:52 am - Monday, August 26, 2013

#3 Nenad

I am looking to buy point and shoot camera with decent zoom and picture quality and faster shoo to shoot time. I am thinking about Sony WX200 and Canon Ixus 255HS, but it is hard to find a good review on Sony. When browsing on internet I foud out that this Sony is in fact almost copy-paste of discontinued WX100 (which didn’t last long on the market, for whatever reason) and I am a little bit puzzled with your rating system in terms of evaluating ease of use and image quality of those two cameras in 8 months interval between two revies since they share the same menu and same processor and older wx100 gets 4 points for ease of use and image quality and wx200 gets 3,5 from the same reviewer???

3:23 pm - Sunday, September 15, 2013

#4 manish sharma

Best camera in its range….love it…

6:47 am - Thursday, November 14, 2013

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