Sony Cyber-shot DSC-G3
Released January, 2009
The Pros:Upload and share photos without using a PC. 4GB of internal memory will satisfy the majority of consumers. Includes easy upload options for the most popular photo/video sharing sites.
The Cons:Expensive for an everyday point and shoot - as expensive as much nicer prosumer compacts/hybrids.
Introduced at CES 2009, the Cybershot DSC-G3 is a WiFi enabled digital compact camera from Sony. Featuring a WiFi connection and built-in web browser, the DSC-G3 allows users to upload and share photos immediately after they are taken - not days or weeks later once they have the time and resources.
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Other camera features include a 10MP sensor, 4x zoom, a Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens, a 3.5" LCD screen, 4GB of internal memory, an Intelligent Scene Recognition feature and Sony's Face Detection that monitors individuals' faces to avoid capturing images with closed eyes.
- Camera: 10MP sensor, Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens, 4x optical zoom
- Screen: 3.5" high resolution screen (921,600 dots)
- Storage: 4GB of internal storage, Sony Memory Stick capable
- Intelligent Scene Recognition
- Sony face Detection
User Reviews (1)
upload and share photos without using a PC
4GB of internal memory will satisfy the majority of consumers
includes easy upload options for the most popular photo/video sharing sites
large higher definition screen (921,600 dots)
beautiful slim brushed metal enclosure
expensive for an everyday point and shoot - as expensive as much nicer prosumer compacts/hybrids
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