When my dad bought the cyber shot camera we all asked him the same question. "Why did you buy another camera???' he bought it because it was an imrpovement to his old camers so i decided to check it out. While we out at Luke Burley Griffith i borrowed his camera and took a few snap shots. The resolution, the soom, the durability. Hmmm not a bad camera i judged. So in the end i took a shot of my family together in front of the lake. The result was a clear picture and had every single detail that was in reality in that spot. Good Camera i thought.
The Cyber Shot is 7.2 mps, 3 times optical zoom, 2.0"LCD moniter and ISO 1000 of high density. It can fit in 460 chots on the camera and it was using double A batteries rechargeable. The camer also came in with a card memory stick that was 1 gigabyte. It about 3 inches long and 2 inches wide. The pack also came in with a carry bag and spare batteries. In the actual box with the camera wasa dedicated A/V cable, dedicated USB cable, a CD-ROM and a wrist strap. (lol)
The only thing bad is it moves a lot and if it falls to the ground it fuzzes up a bit and that side effect would last about 2 hours and the worst time that could happen was if you were passing the eifel tower in paris or something similar to that. This camera is for non-professional camermen but for people who have the basics, steady hands and like to take pictures.