Sony Cyber-shot DSC-F707
Released April, 2002
The Pros:So user friendly people can use all the features the first time they pick it up without instruction. Picture settings automatically cover the settings for most situations. In night mode with an IR filter it takes highly detailed low-light shots.
The Cons:Hand positioning is a little unusual, takes some getting used to. No more support for this camera from Sony, considered obsolete. Doesn't have a memory function to save your settings.
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-F707 is a digital camera featuring a Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar lens with a 5x optical and 2x digital zoom. Included also is a 5MP CCD. As an older model, the unit is restricted to low-resolution video capture up to 320x240 (high-quality).
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Plus the included Memory Stick only supports 15-second movies. There is however a ClipMotion function that’ll combine 10 still images into an animated GIF. Other than that, the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-F707 takes still shots up to 2560x1920; includes infrared illumination and an infrared filter for taking photos in complete darkness; and can connect to a PC via either USB or, even better, via a built-in Memory Stick reader.
- Digital Camera
- Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar Lens
- 5x Optical Zoom / 2x Digital Zoom
- Low-Resolution Video Capture
- Low-Resolution Gif Creation
- High-Resolution Still Capture
- Memory Stick Included
- Night Shot Infra-Red Illumination
- Still Resolution: JPEG Up to 2560x1920
- Video Resolution: MPEG-EX Up to 320x240
- Animated GIF Resolution: Up to 160x120
- Compatibility: Windows 98/98SE/Me/2000
- Compatibility: Mac OS 8.5.1/8.6/9.0/9.1
- Connectivity: USB
- Memory: Included Memory Sticks (16MB)
User Reviews (2)
so user friendly people can use all the features the first time they pick it up without instruction
picture settings automatically cover the settings for most situations
in night mode with an IR filter it takes highly detailed low-light shots
optical zoom is effective, easy to maintain focus throughout the zoom range
has a full manual mode if you want to experiment with learning advanced camera functions
hand positioning is a little unusual, takes some getting used to
no more support for this camera from Sony, considered obsolete
doesn't have a memory function to save your settings
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