Sony Cyber Shot DSC-W30 reviews

Sony Cyber Shot DSC-W30 reviews Cameras.co.uk has posted a Sony DSC-W30 review where they recommend: “The Sony DSC-W30 is certainly one of the cheapest six megapixel, pocket sized cameras you are likely to find. The camera takes good photos rather than great ones. It has very little shutter lag and works well in lowlight. All in all I would say it offers very good value for money.”

Imaging Resource has posted a Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W30 review and write: “Featuring a 6.0-megapixel CCD, 3x optical zoom lens, and well-designed user interface, the Cyber-shot DSC-W30 updates the popular Cyber-shot line with a thin, compact body style perfectly suited for travel. Exposure remains under automatic control, something novices will appreciate, and its seven pre-programmed scene modes help with more tricky subjects. It’s a very responsive camera, with low shutter lag in daylight conditions, and excellent shot to shot speeds. It also sports very good battery life, a very capable movie mode, and excellent download speed. Finally, Sony makes a line of accessory lenses, filters, a slave flash, and even an underwater case for it as well, greatly expanding your options beyond what you’d normal expect from a compact digicam model. The bright 2.0-inch colour LCD monitor is excellent for framing and reviewing shots, and the overall design and layout of the W30 is user-friendly and hassle-free. If you’re looking for a good “take anywhere” camera with great versatility and good colour and tonality, the Sony DSC-W30 deserves a close look.”

Steves Digicams has published a Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-W30 review and write: “I was pleased with the image quality of the W30’s 6M Fine mode. Outdoor images were well-exposed and sharp with true to life colours. Indoor shots are limited to small rooms and small group portraits because of the Sony Cyber-Shot W30’s limited flash range (13 feet at wide angle) and the lens limited field of view at its full 38mm wide angle. Portraits had realistic skin tones, but the red eye reduction flash mode proved only marginally effective because of its relatively weak power. Autofocus worked quite well in dim lighting, helped by the focus assist lamp. Flash power was well controlled at close range, making the DSC-W30 a good candidate for capturing images of small objects for online auction listings.”

CNET have written a Sony Cyber Shot DSC-W30 review, they gave the digital camera 6.8 out of 10 and comment: “Sony’s pocket-size shooter, the Sony Cyber Shot DSC-W30, provides impressive photos and fast, easy operation in a simple package. Digital neophytes may question its modest allotment of seven scene modes, but the available exposure modes do a good job of handling most situations. In fact, snap-shooters will likely be pleased with the results they get from this camera. However, a limited 3X zoom lens and a paucity of manual controls limit the DSC-W30’s enthusiast appeal to those looking for a small second camera.”

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