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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W570

Reviewed November 2011
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W570
*Est. $125
Sony's pocket-friendly shooter is somewhat sluggish
Pros:
  • Price
  • Very compact
  • iAuto automatically adjusts to optimal settings
  • Easy-to-navigate menus
Cons:
  • Lag between shots
  • Softness in corners and edges of images
  • Performs poorly on moving objects
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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX9

Reviewed November 2011
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX9
*Est. $170
Cyber-shot has excellent features but suffers from mediocre image quality
Pros:
  • Large, bright LCD screen
  • Variety of shooting modes
  • Colorful images
  • Excellent HD video recording
  • 3D image mode
Cons:
  • Blurring in image corners
  • Noise at ISO 800 and above
  • Small controls and buttons
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Sony A55

Reviewed November 2011
Sony A55
*Est. $800
Pros:
  • Translucent-mirror design is small and light
  • Much faster frame rate than rivals
  • Fast autofocus, even in movie mode
  • Excellent HD video and still image quality
  • LCD swivels and can be used in bright sun
  • Huge electronic viewfinder gives lots of info
Cons:
  • No optical viewfinder
  • Less low-light image detail than Nikon D5100
  • Loud autofocus shows up on your video
  • Burst-mode limitations
  • Short battery life
  • Overheats in video mode for some users
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Sony A580L

Reviewed November 2011
Sony A580L
*Est. $850
Pros:
  • Good HD video and still image quality
  • Fast shooting speed (7 fps)
  • Fun extras like Sweep Panorama
  • Live view settings for speed and precision
  • Tilting LCD
Cons:
  • Aggressive low-light noise control softens detail
  • Unreliable auto white balance in some tests
  • No video autofocus
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