Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S930
Released April, 2009
The Pros:Very solid build quality--feels solid in-hand. SteadyShot technology works remarkably well, reducing blur even with exaggerated camera movement. Well thought out button layout.
The Cons:Very poor battery life. Lacks any kind of digital zoom, restricted only to 3x optical zoom. Very limited internal memory; external expansion limited to MS Duo cards.
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S930 is a basic point and shoot digital camera featuring a 10.1MP sensor, a 3x optical zoom, and a 2.4” LCD display. It can handle HD still images up to 3648x2736, but is restricted to QVGA (320x240) video capture.
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Ultimately, the DSC-S930 is geared towards users primarily seeking quality stills. Consider the wide-array of advanced features: face detection for optimized focus; SteadyShot image stabilization for reduced blur, seven scene selection modes; and a variety of in-camera retouching features (image trim, red-eye correction). Included also is an ISO sensitivity up to 3200, not to mention Picture Motion Browser software, designed specifically for simplified image management. As for image transfer, users can either employ the USB port or an optional Memory Stick card.
- Point and Shoot Camera
- 2.4” LCD Display
- High Resolution Stills
- QVGA Video Content
- Face Detection
- Picture Motion Browser
- Effective Pixels: 10.1MP
- LCD: 2.4” LCD (112K)
- Sensor: 1/2.3" Super HAD CCD
- Optical Zoom: 3x
- Digital Zoom: 6x
- Lens: Sony Lens, 2.9-5.4
- Internal Memory: 12MB
- Still Max: 3648x2736 (10M)
- Movie Max: QVGA (320x240, 30fps)
- Recording Format: Motion JPEG/AVI
- Still Recording Format: JPEG
- ISO: Auto, 100-3200
- Battery: AA (60 shots / 120 mins)
- USB Interface: 2.0
- Memory Stick: MS Duo, MS Pro Duo, MS Pro-HG Duo
- Alkaline Batteries (2)
- USB Cable
- Wrist Strap
- Application Software
- DSC-S930 | Silver
- DSC-S930/B | Black
- DSC-S930/P | Purple
User Reviews (1)
Very solid build quality--feels solid in-hand.
SteadyShot technology works remarkably well, reducing blur even with exaggerated camera movement.
Well thought out button layout.
Pretty good image quality with great consistency.
Lacks any kind of digital zoom, restricted only to 3x optical zoom.
Very limited internal memory; external expansion limited to MS Duo cards.
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