Sony DSC-W370 14.1MP Digital Camera with 7x Wide Angle Zoom with Optical Steady Shot Image Stabilization and 3.0 inch LCD (Red)

July 8, 2016 - Comment

The DSC-W370 captures breathtaking panoramic images with Sweep Panorama mode. SteadyShot™ Image Stabilization reduces blur while a large 3.0” LCD screen makes taking and reviewing images easy. Plus, iAuto mode makes capturing scenes in a variety of elements a breeze and 720p Movie and HDMI™ output make recording and playing back HD videos is a

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The DSC-W370 captures breathtaking panoramic images with Sweep Panorama mode. SteadyShot™ Image Stabilization reduces blur while a large 3.0” LCD screen makes taking and reviewing images easy. Plus, iAuto mode makes capturing scenes in a variety of elements a breeze and 720p Movie and HDMI™ output make recording and playing back HD videos is a snap.

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Greg Sumner says:

Very happy with this camera This is our 5th point n’ shoot camera over the years, intended for go-everywhere pocketability. Our previous two pocket cameras were Canon’s (SD300 and SD600). The Sony is a little bigger but improves on them greatly. 

Phoenix Guy says:

A KEEPER: Almost Returned it after Reading Reviews While out in the desert I dropped my Canon SD870 for about the third time in 3 years on a rock and the mirco-gears were no longer in alignment–camera would no longer focus at all. I was heading out on a week trip to extremely remote areas so I needed to buy a camera in one day to take with me. Not having a lot of good value options, I settled on this model and then came home and read the reviews. It was too late to take the camera back and get another one, so I had to live with this choice. So…

the-movie-guy says:

Good Let me say, I’ve owned several Sony digital cameras over the years. First a DSC-P50 circa 2001, then a couple of random ones I purchased new and wound up selling because they had poor picture quality. Then in 2005 I purchased a Sony DSC-W7 (7.2 mp) point-and-shoot. This is a good little camera but the PQ has always been a little hit and miss. I would say I got one or two good shots out of every 100. 

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