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5.0 out of 5 stars Sony cameras for life!, May 31, 2010
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This review is from: Sony DSC-W330 14.1MP Digital Camera with 4x Wide Angle Zoom with Digital Steady Shot Image Stabilization and 3.0 inch LCD (Silver) (OLD MODEL) (Electronics)
I wasn't sure about taking the plunge, but I am so glad that I did! I did 6 months of extensive research for this camera, as I was scared that nothing could replace my old Sony. Almost 5 years ago, we purchased a Sony Super Steady Shot (5.1 mega pixels, was over $500 at the time) when we had our 1st baby. Sticker shock aside, I have no regrets purchasing that camera, as it has given me professional quality pictures of my family that I treasure. Fast forward 4 years, now I have 2 very active little boys and the old camera is showing its age. The shutter speed is seriously lagging and the old camera just can't keep up with our busy boys.

Enter the DSC W330. My husband purchased this camera for me for Mother's Day and received a free case and memory card with it! I have been talking for years about how I needed a small point and shoot for my purse, but thought nothing could be as good as my bulky Steady Shot. In fact, for the first few weeks of owning this camera, I carried both in my purse, afraid that I was going to miss a moment. I was afraid that a $150 camera could not possibly compare to my beloved Steady Shot. Not the case. With the DSC W330, I get clear, beautiful photos and 99% of the time the camera is on easy mode. My kids move around quickly and I still get amazing shots of them. Not one time have I thought the shutter speed was slow or that the smile finder was not good quality.

My only complaint is the volume on the videos. To watch a video and hear it very clearly, I have to plug it into the TV and turn the TV volume way up. For the pictures this delivers, it is a quirk I can live with.

If you want a professional camera with no plastic parts, I highly doubt you will find that for the $150 range. If you want a small, compact camera that takes fast, high quality pictures, take the plunge! My old camera sits on a shelf in the kitchen, officially retired. That says a lot! If you are in doubt, give the DSC W330 a chance, you will not regret it!
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Initial post: Dec 5, 2010 5:27:28 AM PST
Danny Harmer says:
Thanks as I know nothing about cameras This helps me make a informed choice.

Posted on Jan 27, 2011 7:10:48 AM PST
Mom to Zuri says:
Can you tell me what else came with the camera when you bought it? I am comparing this with the same thing from Best Buy, and i want to know if Amazon has included the little accessories that Best Buy does. they have included the CD-Rom, wrist strap, AV Cable, Power cord, battery and manual. Is this the same from Amazon??

Posted on Feb 7, 2011 11:33:08 PM PST
R. Delrio says:
I bought my Sony Cybershot at 5.0 mega pixels, and the very first pic I took was a framer. I passed that on down to my cousin, and bought a Sony Camcorder with photo abilities, and it takes great pics, just takes too much time to setup for the pics. Your review sold me, and you are right: Nothing beats a Sony camera!

Posted on Apr 16, 2011 1:21:14 PM PDT
Jim Belmont says:
Yes. It is a good camera. I just got it at Wolf's Camera in Houston, Texas. Price paid: $120.00.

In reply to an earlier post on Jul 21, 2011 8:29:09 AM PDT
Which camcorder did you get. Any feedback. I am also looking for a good camcorder.
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