Sony now offer digital cameras from basic starter models through to digital SLRs. In between they offer a variety of pocket sized cameras as well as some with more advanced features.
Price wise they are not the cheapest around, but you can normally reply on their build and picture quality. Their digital cameras are also amongst the more easy to use, even those with a higher specification.
The Cybershot DSC H90 is a powerful digital camera. Features include High Definition Movies, Image Stabilisation for both still photos and movies and a 3 inch LCD screen. It can capture 360 degree panoramic shots. In macro mode it is able to focus from 5cm away from your subject.
The Cybershot DSC HX100V has a range of advanced features. These include 3D shooting capabilities and an advanced movie mode. It has a range of manual exposure controls as well as GPS positioning and a built in compass. You can shoot at up to 10 frames per second and there is also a background defocus mode to help produce photos where your subject stands out. The 30x wide angle lens offers wide angle capabilities.
The Cybershot DSC HX10V has Full High Definition Movies, GPS, a 3 inch LCD screen and a good quality G series lens. Other features include Image Stabilisation for still shots and movies, a macro mode that can focus from 5cm away from your subject and a 3D photo mode. There is a high speed burst mode that can capture shots at up to 10 frames per second, plus a feature that can defocus backgrounds to make your subject stand out more. There is an inbuilt guide and an Easy Shooting mode.
The Cybershot DSC HX200V is one of the most impressive digital cameras when it comes to the range of features on offer. As well as its 30x zoom lens it has a set of manual exposure controls. It can shoot High Definition Movies and you also have the option to take still photos when you are shooting a movie. For composing your shots you have a choice of a 3 inch, tilting LCD screen or an electronic viewfinder. In addition you can create 3D still images, defocus backgrounds and fire off bursts of photos at a rate of 10 frames per second. It also has GPS.
The Cybershot DSC HX20V packs in plenty of features. These include GPS, High Definition Movies, Image Stabilisation for stills and movies and a 3 inch LCD screen. Other features worth a mention are a burst mode that can capture up to 10 frames per second and a mode for throwing the background out of focus to accentuate your main subject. The LCD screen is 3 inches in size and the camera is capable of focusing from 1cm away from your subject in macro mode.
The Cybershot DSC RX100 is small, but powerful. It has many of the features you would expect to find on a Digital SLR. The large f/1.8 aperture is one of the main attractions. This size of aperture is ideal for lowlight photography. This camera has a set of manual exposure controls, a 3 inch LCD screen and Image Stabilisation. In burst mode it can shoot at up to 10 frames per second.
The Cybershot DSC TX20 has a wide range of features packed in. These include a 3 inch touch controlled LCD screen and the ability to shoot Full High Definition Movies. It is also waterproof to 5m and shockproof against small drops. For close up shots it is able to focus from 1cm away from your subject. It also has a skin softening mode for more flattering portraits.
The Cybershot DSC TX55 is one of the slimmest digital cameras around at just over 13mm wide. It is touch controlled, with a large 3.3 inch LCD screen. It can produce 3D still images as well as 3D panoramas. The Cybershot DSC TX55 is able to shoot High Definition movies and is available in red, black, silver and violet.
The Cybershot DSC W610 is a straightforward, pocket sized digital camera. It has a basic set of features. These include a wide angle lens, a 2.7 inch LCD screen and a macro mode that allows you to focus from 4cm away from your subject for close up shots. A sweep panorama mode is available too. This can produce 360 degree panoramic shots.
The Cybershot DSC W620 is a fairly basic digital camera. Features include a 2.7 inch LCD screen and the ability to shoot High Definition movies. The lens has wide angle capabilities and it is also able produce 360 degree panoramic shots. There is a smile shutter available. This automatically fires off a shot if the camera detects someone is smiling.
The Cybershot DSC W630 is an easy to use digital camera. Its main features include High Definition movies, a wide angle lens, a smile shutter and a macro mode that can focus from 5cm away from your subject. It also has a feature that allows you to create 360 degree panoramic photos. The LCD screen is 2.7 inches in size.
Although the Cybershot DSC W670 is a fairly straightforward camera it does have some useful features. These include High Definition movies, a wide angle lens and an in camera guide. You also have access to a 2.7 inch LCD screen and image stabilisation. A feature that is steadily becoming more common is the 360 degree panorama mode.
In addition to the amount of zoom on offer other key attractions include High Definition Movies, a 3 inch LCD screen and the ability to create 360 degree panoramic shots. To help get you started there is an Easy Shooting Mode and an in camera guide. So if you are looking for a pocket sized camera that is easy to use and offers more zoom than most cameras of this size the Cybershot DSC W690 is well worth a closer look.
The Cybershot DSC WX100 packs a lot into its small body. As well as the powerful lens it can take 3D still shots and capture Full High Definition Movies. For capturing action there is a high speed burst mode that can take up to 10 frames per second. Image Stabilisation is available for still shots and movies. If you are new to photography there is an Easy Shooting Mode to help get you started.
The attractions of the Cybershot DSC WX150 include the ability to shoot Full High Definition Movies, 18 megapixels and a 10x zoom lens. It can also take 3D still images and focus from 5cm away from your subject in macro mode. It has a 3 inch LCD screen. A little extra quality comes from the fact Sony have equipped the Cybershot DSC WX150 with a lens from their superior G range of lenses.
The Cybershot DSC WX50 has plenty of features to get your teeth into. These include 3D photography, High Definition movies, sweep panoramas and a 2.7 inch LCD screen. There is a high speed burst mode capable of taking shots at a rate of 10 frames per second. In addition there is a feature that throws the background of your shots out of focus to highlight your main subject.
The Sony Nex F3 is capable of shooting Full HD movies with stereo sound. The 3 inch LCD screen can flip up 180 degrees and appear above the camera to help you take self portrait pictures. There is a burst mode that can reel off still images at a speed of up to 5 frames per second. You can also produce 360 degree panoramic shots. There is also a set of manual exposure controls (Fully Manual, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority).
The Nex-5n has quite an array of features. It offers manual exposure controls and can shoot at up to 10 frames per second. The LCD screen is 3 inches in size and is controlled through touch. There is an advanced movie mode with the Nex-5n being able to capture High Definition movie footage with stereo sound. Sony have also built in a number of tips and a help guide to make it easy for you to get started.
As well as the extra large number of megapixels available the Nex-7 offers manual exposure controls, full High Definition movies with stereo sound, a 3 inch tilting LCD screen and a viewfinder. It can capture still images at a rate of 10 frames per second and has a magnesium based body. The sweep panorama mode also offers you a 3D shooting option.
The Nex C3 has a 3 inch, tilting LCD screen. You can shoot still images at up to 5.5 frames per second. It can capture High Definition movies, 3D sweep panoramas and has a 25 point Auto Focus system. Lowlight shooting is catered for with a Handheld Twilight mode and the Nex C3 comes with tips and hints built into the menu system to help get you started.
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