W300 H50 Cyber-shot Sony new 13.6MP compact cam plus 9.1 MP with 15X hi-zoom

Sony's new 13.6MP compact cam plus 9.1 MP with 15X hi-zoom Details Features Reviews Compare Accessories Sony has upped its Cyber-shot lineup with two new beauties, the W300 and the H50. The W300 is a compact point-and-shoot that crosses the 12-megapixel hedge and features 13.6-megapixels without extra bulk. By dropping to three-megapixels the camera can shoot at five frames per second for an extended period. Hardware image stabilization is built-in but can also be backed by a special ISO 6400 sensitivity mode that cuts-out blur at the cost of noise. Specs include a 3X optical zoom lens, smile detection, and automatic scene detection mode that adjusts color balance. The Cyber-shot H50 is one of the first high-zoom cameras to split the difference between 8- and 10-megapixel sensors. It features a 9.1-megapixel image with a Carl Zeiss 15x optical zoom lens, a powerful flash that (with ISO 3200) can properly illuminate subjects as far as 55 feet away, Optical stabilization, a 3-inch tilting LCD display, and dynamic range optimizer. It also has an "advanced sports" shooting mode, which allows it to utilize ultra-high shutter speeds (like 1/4000 of a second).

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