Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S75 Reviews
Product Type: Sony digital cameras
Description:Model ID 046-409 / Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S75 - Digital camera - 3.3 Mpix - optical zoom: 3 x - supported memory: MS - metallic silver / DSC-S75 takes you to a new level of digital imaging quality. Sharp and clear images are captured in vivid colors by the 3.3 megapixel CCD, ... more
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S75 ... 14-bit DXP and an exclusive retractable Carl Zeiss lens. This professional-grade, fully coated, precision glass lens provides smooth operation and exceptional detail and clarity while also reducing non-desirable effects such as flaring and ghosting. One seamless experience is achieved with Burst mode for continuous shooting, AF illuminator to focus in the dark, and easy-operation jog dial to switch between advanced manual exposures. All powered by Sony's long-life Stamina InfoLithium batteries. Inspiring clarity to refresh your memories.
The CCD imaging system allows professional grade, stunningly detailed images with fantastic color definition for a variety of print and multimedia applications. Push-button operation of the high-quality Carl Zeiss lens' zooming function allows you to zoom in up to 3x optically. That's equivalent to a 34 - 102mm telephoto lens and magnifies your shot to put you right up close to the action. Zooming back to wide angle for a clear view of the bigger picture is also push-button easy. All without distortion, blurring or other loss of image quality. Extra digital zoom electronically doubles the range of the optical zoom to 6x, allowing massive telephoto zooming while preserving image quality. Improved interpolation technology means that digital zooming is clean and clear, with less blocking and distortion than ever before. Advanced version of the MPEG "movie mode" allows you to capture short video and audio sequences with your camera and save them digitally. High Quality (HQ) version provides improved image resolution and sound quality plus full screen sized images. The data can then be viewed then and there on the cameras LCD screen, on a TV via the AV-out, or simply and digitally transferred via Memory Stick, CD-R or floppy for editing, printing or storage on other multimedia devices supporting MGI Video Wave software. To increase usage flexibility Sony has incorporated a Burst mode feature into some of its digital cameras. Using a buffer memory system, the Burst mode temporarily speeds up data transmission between shots. This allows you to take 2 - 3 consecutive shots without needing to wait for the camera to record each individual image. Burst mode is especially useful for photographing sports, wildlife and any action filled situation. DSC-S75 lets you set the exposure time your shot yourself, and then automatically adjusts the aperture size accordingly, or vice versa. Manual mode gives you full control over the camera's aperture size and shutter speed settings, providing you complete freedom to experiment and be creative without automated functions.
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