Sony Cyber-shot S600 Reviews

Sony Cyber-shot S600 coming soon.

Pictures taken with the Sony Cyber-shot S600 have a high resolution thanks to a 6.0 Megapixel Sony Super HAD CCD at its heart and a Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar 3x Optical Zoom lens. The Sony Cyber-shot S600’s large and bright 2.0-inch screen on the rear of the camera allows you to clearly frame, view and review images with ease.

Thanks to the Sony Cyber-shot S600’s High Sensitivity ‘anti-blur’ technology you can shoot in difficult conditions, such as low light, without the risk of hand shake blurring your pictures. The Sony Cyber-shot S600 also allows you to capture fast moving objects with no blur, likewise you can be moving (such as in a car) shooting a stationary object – an option that is not possible if you’re just using image stabiliser technology. With the Sony Cyber-shot S600 you can relax in the knowledge that your photo opportunities will be never limited, and the results stunning every time.

Another great feature of the new Sony Cyber-shot S600 camera from Sony is an improved super Strong Flash. Not only this, but now you can squeeze even more landscape, friends or views into a single shot thanks to the Sony Cyber-shot S600’s superb 31mm (35mm equivalent) Wide-Angle ZEISS Lens.

The cute, silver, compact body of the Sony Cyber-shot S600 houses a Sony developed 6.0 effective Megapixel Super HAD CCD. This, combined with a Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar 3x Optical Zoom lens (7 elements in 6 groups), ensures crystal clear shots every time. If you need to zoom even more, no problem: the Sony Cyber-shot S600 camera features a 6x Precision Digital Zoom, and a 13x VGA Smart Zoom.

Battery performance is not a problem for the Sony Cyber-shot S600 – with its improved Sony STAMINA technology, you can take up to an amazing 460* shots on a single charge of two optional 2500mAh Ni-MH batteries. To keep up with the shooting ability the Sony Cyber-shot S600 offers, its Real Imaging Processor provides an amazingly rapid camera response time.

Whatever the occasion, there is bound to be a suitable setting to capture it amongst the seven pre-set Scene Selection modes, including Twilight, Snow, Beach and High Sensitivity functions. Just choose your preferred mode: the shutter speed and exposure has all been pre-set for worry-free and convenient shooting. The Sony Cyber-shot S600 also features a manual exposure if you feel like being a little more creative.

Worry-free shooting is a reality with the Sony Cyber-shot S600’s 32MB internal memory. Now not only can you shoot and store pictures on an optional Sony Memory Stick Duo or Memory Stick PRO Duo, but with the Sony Cyber-shot S600’s internal memory you can be safe in the knowledge you will never miss a great photo opportunity again.

The Sony Cyber-shot S600 also features PictBridge, the standard for printing directly to compatible PictBridge photo printers. A great range of optional accessories are also available for the Sony Cyber-shot S600, such as durable soft carry cases available in Black or Blue and a convenient starter kit containing Case, Charger and Ni-MH Batteries.

A staggering choice of 15 menu languages on the Sony Cyber-shot S600 is another great solution to ensure easier operation. Menu languages include: Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Swedish.

The Sony Cyber-shot S600 will be available throughout Europe from mid January 2006.

Reviews: Cyber-shot S600

Steves Digicams has reviewed the Sony Cyber-shot S600 and say: The Sony Cyber-shot S600 is a very good all-around performer. It shuns ultra compact styling and the trend of providing a 2 1/2-inch LCD without an optical viewfinder, instead providing a versatile set of features that are useful in every day shooting situations; I especially liked the Sony S600’s wide angle zoom range, very powerful flash and versatile range of sensitivity settings. With very good image quality, 6-megapixels of resolution, high-quality movies and an MSRP of under $200, the Cyber-shot S600 is a terrific value, especially if you shoot a lot of indoor family events.

CNET has reviewed the Sony Cyber Shot S600 digital camera, they gave it 7.0 out of 10 and write: “The chunky, 6.7-ounce Sony Cyber Shot DSC-S600 offers remarkable flexibility despite its bargain price. Its 6-megapixel resolution and moderately wide 31mm-to-93mm (35mm-film-camera equivalent) lens, in conjunction with pretty decent low-light photos and extended shutter-speed latitude in moderate light, combine to produce a point-and-shoot camera with enough versatility to handle most picture-taking situations.”

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