Sony Cyber-shot DSC S600 – Review @ DesignTechnica

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S600 has been reviewed at DesignTechnica. Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S600 is a 6.0 megapixel point-and-shoot digital camera with 3x optical zoom (31-93mm) and and 2″ LCD screen.


“The Sony is aimed at casual photographers who want decent image quality and not too many frills. In that instance, Sony succeeded by providing an O.K. compact point-and-shoot camera that does an adequate job in Auto for a very good price. For someone who wants even a smidgeon more, this digicam is not for you. There’s nothing even resembling aperture- and shutter-priority or manual focus. And the uneven picture quality in Program mode was worrisome.

Pros: 6MP resolution, Fast response, virtually no shutter lag, New software supplied, Uses AA batteries
Cons: Uneven picture quality in Program Mode, Very cheap feel, No simple video output”

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One Response to “Sony Cyber-shot DSC S600 – Review @ DesignTechnica”

  1. Corey says:

    Well first off, this is not a bad camera at all for the average person who just wants to take some nice pictures with minimal effort.

    I have owned one of these for a year now. It has some verry user friendly features, easy menu navigation for when you do want to use your own settings although there is not any manual apperature setting, shutter speed setting, or even a manual focus for that matter; like there is on the more expensive pro cameras. It does have a Manual exposure setting, you can choose if you want to black and white, sephia, or color. You can also choose picture ratio, quality, sharpness, and contrast. It also takes decent video at 30 frames per sec in JPEG. Cant zoom in or out while filming though.

    Over all for the money it a good buy ,and it makes all of 6.0 Mega pixels count.

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