When I first thought of buying a camera I didn’t know a “bridge camera” was a thing, nor did I think I’d find a great, affordable camera that I loved. For the first week, I thought it was amazing. I was taking lots of pictures every day and enjoying doing it, though that soon came to an end just over a week later when it broke. So, as you’d expect I’ve sent back my Sony Bridge Camera in exchange for a full refund. Winner, winner.
How Is It Broken?
I went to take a photo and the camera didn’t “shutter” properly (my words) and it switched off straight after. Weird, because I literally did nothing to it. I understand some people are like “it just stopped working” but really 5 minutes beforehand they dropped it. Yet, that didn’t happen. It honestly just worked one day and the next, it was fucked.
Why Didn’t I Exchange It?
I decided to get a refund for the camera instead of exchanging it for one that works. The sole reason for that is although it was good and it honestly was, I was using it for blog images which for the level I wanted to created, was more convenient to take on my phone. I thought that by getting a refund if I was to buy another camera in the future, I’d have more money to contribute so could get a great one rather than a mediocre one.
Regardless of me sending the camera back, for those interested, below are some of the images I took whilst it was working. Obviously, I didn’t have that much time to experiment with my camera and so that’s why I’ve not got much to show for me.