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Sony Ericsson K790a / 800i Cybershot Phone Rock Springs WY

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(307) 362-4211
2241 Foothill Blvd
Rock Springs, WY
Pickin Palace
(307) 362-5848
1421 Dewar Dr
Rock Springs, WY
A-1 Electric
(307) 382-3775
1004 Highland Way
Rock Springs, WY
Sound Decisions Audio
(307) 382-2940
1103 Pilot Butte Ave
Rock Springs, WY
Century Equipment Company
(307) 382-6570
2030 Sunset Dr
Rock Springs, WY
Sears Roebuck & Company
(307) 362-3726
63 Center St
Rock Springs, WY
Sweetwater Satellite
(307) 382-6996
380 Valley View Ln
Rock Springs, WY
Sweetwater Television Corporation
(307) 362-3773
602 Broadway St
Rock Springs, WY
Rushmore Furniture Incorporated
(307) 362-5971
19 K St
Rock Springs, WY
Radio Shack
(307) 362-1947
2441 Foothill Blvd
Rock Springs, WY

Sony Ericsson K790a / 800i Cybershot Phone Review at Cameratown.com

Sony Ericsson K790a / 800i Cybershot Phone Review

Reader Score: 5.09 (out of 10)
Review: "The K800i (K790a in the U.S.) is the first Sony Ericsson mobile phone with built in digital camera to feature the "Cybershot" name - it appears as though the digital camera included with this mobile phone has been designed to be competition for budget digital cameras, rather than simply an add-on feature to the mobile phone. With 3.2 megapixels, an auto-focus lens with no optical zoom, and a built in flash, the camera is very similar to the Sony Cybershot P32 and Canon Powershot A300 from the later half of 2003, albeit with much thinner dimensions...

Overall the Sony Ericsson Cybershot K800i offers a lot, it provides a fully functioning mobile phone (with Internet, Email, RSS, 3G, MP3 etc), and an adequately functioning 3 megapixel digital camera. The camera can take mostly decent shots outdoors (assuming lens flare doesn't rear it's ugly head), and takes average to poor indoor photos. The main problem with indoor photos is noise, focusing and a weak flash." ...

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