88 of 88 people found the following review helpful
Over the years I have owned different 35 mm SLR cameras plus early model digital cameras. I purchased the DSC-HX100v about a month ago. Prior to that, I owned the previous Sony model, the DSC-HX1. I tend to judge digital cameras by how closely they can mimic the speed and ease of shooting of a traditional SLR. And with the expectation that they will also offer new smart features.
In this review I'll try to touch on a few of my likes, and one concern now resolved for the DSC-HX100v
Overall I would say the DSC-HX100v is a nice upgrade from the DSC-HX1, which I also considered a good camera.
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9 of 30 people found the following review helpful
I purchased this unit, but then returned it.
The unit includes a corded handset attached to the base station plus a cordless handset to allow you to walk around while using the unit. The cordless handset does not have a headset jack, so cannot be used with a headset. The cordless handset does have a built in speaker phone. So can be used hands free. But for walk around convenience on an extended conversation, I strongly prefer to use a headset. You can't do that with this phone.