REVIEW: Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-W800 Camera – 2 YEARS LATER…

If you want a small pocket digital camera for vacationing or every day use with a 5x zoom lenses, Sony Cyber Shot DSC-W800 ( ) may be the answer. This is a 2 year long term review of this camera.

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I wanted to get a my mom a good quality pocketable budget point and shoot digital camera so she can use it when she travels. I bought her a Sony Cyber Shot DSC-W800 ( ) about 2 years ago and she loved it.

The menus and controls are simple to use, with an EASY mode that is easy to read and use. The DSC-W800 ( ) is so small fits in the palm of my hand. The amazing thing is that produces good quality 20 megapixel photo and 720 P video that she can later download and post. The now 2 year old battery can shoot about 100-150 photos, when new it was more like 170+ photos making it great for a backup vacation camera to your cell phone.

The 5 x zoom lens goes wide and long for group shots and for detail shots when vacationing. It also has a macro mode for getting really close. There is a standard 1/4 tripod mount. For low light, it has a orange focus assist light and DRO (dynamic range optimization?) to brighten up dark tones and shadows for better photos. It has an ISO 3200, but any ISO setting after 1600 is grainy.

Overall the DSC-W800 ( ) is an ultra compact 20 MP digital budget (under $100) consumer camera for most family travel, home, and vacation photos. It has good image quality for the every day casual family photos or office documentation.

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