Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W150 Review

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W150 is a feature-packed 8.1 megapixel compact camera with a 5x Carl Zeiss zoom lens. The W150 brings many of Sony's latest technology to the table, including improved processing, dynamic range expansion options, and a boatload of soft features.

Sony made a high-profile entry into the world of smile detection technologies with its Smile Shutter package, and as before the W150 can be set to hold on firing the shutter until people in the scene are smiling. In the latest model, Sony has also added priority modes that let you give preference to capturing the smiles of either children or adults (a similar notion is applied to the W150's face detection system generally).


If the look is one part of the Cyber-shot signature, snappy performance is probably the other half of the equation. The W150 delivers this in spades as well, along with a bevy of features and options that allow customization of just about any aspect of this Cyber-shot's performance to suit your needs


Fast AF, no perceptible shutter lag
Higher ISOs clean and usable
Enough playback tools to keep you entertained for awhile
Truly impressive battery life

Red channel clipping a real problem
Auto white balance is disappointing indoors
Flash shots full of red eyes
Menus still complex, confusing, and laggy to page through

Read the full review of David Rasnake, DigitalCameraReview

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