Papermaker-Papermaker said:Thanks, But I need something closer.
Get a Canon! I have had at least 5 Canon cameras for last 15 years with very good luck...Eric L. said:The front. Sorry for the poor quality, my Sony digital camera is on its last legs and quickly dying. I took a dozen pictures each, different lighting, macro on and off, and this was the best of the bunch.
Advice to all: never buy Sony anything. Everything I have thats Sony, breaks right after the warranty period. End rant.
Eric L. said:The back. Again, sorry for the poor image quality. Grrrrr.....Sony. There I go with my anti-Sony diatribe again!
1) Actually no. This was taken in my garage, during the daytime, natural sunlight. No flash needed.Gonzo said:
I defense to Sony the picture quality is poor for a few reasons which would happen with any camera digital or not:
1. Flash is off, taken in flourescent light, hence the green hue
2. Image is blured due to camera movement while the picture was taken. Since the flash was turned off, the camera needed a slow shutter speed and hence the need to hold the camera steady, which the "photographer" didn't. :14:
Recommend taking the same picture in natural lighting conditions or with the flash.
Photo 101 is dismissed!
My sony died at around 4 years old. Don't get me wrong, I think when brand new, Sony products are pretty snazzy. Stylish and cool. But they just don't seem to be that durable (in my hands).Gonzo said:Looks like I forgot to mention... I flunked out of photography 101.
Sorry to hear about your bad luck with Sony... I have a Sony... I think all my pictures in my Gallery are taken with it...... no problems so far.... I think its been three years.