Sony Digital Cameras
Sony Digital Cameras, as we all know is one of the best digital cameras. The 10.2 mega pixel Alpha 330 is a Digital SLR Camera. It features Quick AF Live View maintains the rapid response of a DSLR, while avoiding the focus delay. The in-built flash includes several flash modes like Auto, Fill-in, Off, Red-Eye Reduction and Slow-Synchro for automatic adjustments under different light conditions. The alpha series are Sony’s first DSLR cameras to feature a graphical user interface (GUI) with built-in on-screen Help Guide. This Sony Digital SLR Camera is pretty compact and light weight as compared to the other counterparts. Coupled with all these features this Digital SLR Camera definitely offers a good buy.
Sony DSLR- A-700 is Digital SLR Camera, which features a 12.24 mega pixel MP Exmor imaging Sensor for enhanced image clarity. It offers a steady shot with image sensor shift mechanism, accompanied with electronically controlled/vertical traverse shutter with a speed ranging between 1/8000 – 30 sec. This Digital SLR Camera includes the versatile SAL1870 all-purpose lens that’s just perfect for wide-angle scenes, and further the long exposure feature enhances the noise reduction capability. It comes along several built in flash modes including Auto, Fill-in, Off, Red-Eye Reduction and Slow-Synchro which initiate automatic adjustments under different light conditions.
DSC-W180 is a Sony Digital Camera which comes along a 10.1 effective mega pixels resolution, and Steady Shot image stabilization to reduce image blurs. Integrated High sensitivity ISO 3200 allows clearer images in low lit conditions, and the enhanced Face Detection adjusts the focus, exposure and white balance according to the subject for quality captures. This Sony Digital Camera comes along good zooming options accompanied by Large 2.7″ (230K dot) Clear Photo LCD plus screen with wide viewing angle are quite helpful during landscape shootings. Zooming options goes up to 18x for digital zoom and 3x for optical zoom. Optical zoom is however preferred in constant zooming conditions, as it zooms on to the subject without affecting the image quality.
While buying a Digital Camera seems to be a confusing task, prioritizing things in the right order can save you of the hassles thereafter. Initially you can start with planning your budget, next step could be penning down the usage area and requirements. Then you can mellow down the options to either two or three devices, and then selecting one out of the lot won’t be that difficult.