Reviews and Problems with Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-WX300
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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX300 review
12 October 2013
Excerpt: We've become used to having 20x zooms in pocket-sized cameras, but the Sony WX300 sets a new standard for miniaturisation. At just 26mm thick and 165g, it slips easily into jeans pockets. There's no skimping on the features, though, with a 3in LCD screen, mode dial, rear wheel and integrated Wi-Fi.
Summary: Billed as one of the smallest 20x optical zoom camera, Sony CyberShot DSC-WX300 is the coolest thing around, as of now. A pocketable digital camera, it comes pakced with 18.2 sensor and supports Wi-Fi.
Pros: Sharp long zoom lens , Full HD video , Compact & light , Excellent image quality , Wi-Fi enabled , Good color reproduction
Cons: No rubber grip , Lacks macro mode in auto mode , Slow focus at full zoom