Sony Cyber-shot DSC-M2 reviewed


The DSC-M2 is a uniquely styled camera that is a mix of camera, camcorder, and cell phone. The body is made of a mix of metal and plastic, and it feels quite solid. The body is actually two parts, with the LCD on one side and the lens, flash, and controls on the other. While the camera does fit well in your hand, I found it harder to keep still than other cameras. There are buttons and switches all over the place, and many of them are poorly placed. I was not a fan of the new shuttle dial, and the poorly located zoom controller is uncomfortable to use. The camera's 2.5" LCD display can rotate 270 degrees, and its outdoor visibility is outstanding. Low light visibility left something to be desired, though.

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