Reviews and Problems with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W120
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8 December 2008
Excerpt: I've used a Cybershot for over four years now. My first one was a 3.2mpix version which out shot many camera's of higher mpix. This one at 7.2mpix is a great upgrade. The xd card is tiny and holds 2Gb of data. I love the 4x optical zoom and the picture quality is great for a lower end camera. Highly recommended!
Summary: Rounding out Sony's "W" series of ultra-compact and durable models for 2008 is the 8.1-megapixel DSC-W130 and 7.2- megapixel DSC-W120 units. Both feature a 4x optical zoom, 2.5 inch LCD screen, Face Detection AF, Super SteadyShot Image Stabilization, etc. Newly-available on the W-series cameras is Sony's "smile shutter" mode, which automatically captures an image when your subject smiles - without having to press the shutter.
Excerpt: Smile, You’re on Candid Camera Facial recognition has taken photography to new heights; it makes shooting people so easy. Sony has given you three options so that you can precisely target your audience. The auto option is the simplest, putting little boxes around each head in the scene and altering the exposure so it is perfect for skin tones.
Excerpt: Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-W120: stylish yet practical Contemporary styling, powerful in-camera technology and ease of use, make the Cyber-Shot W120 an ideal choice for those new to digital photography. Despite Sony’s simple set-up this camera really delivers images of outstanding quality and clarity.
Conclusion: La Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W120 è una buona fotocamera digitale compatta, ideale per i neofiti della fotografia e dotata di alcune funzioni interessanti. La risoluzione non è elevatissima rispetto agli standard odierni, solo 7,2 MP, ma presenta uno zoom ottico leggermente superiore alla media, lo stabilizzatore di immagine, una sensibilità fino a 3200 ISO, il rilevamento dei volti, Smile Shutter e l’uscita HD. Interessante la presenza di un mirino oltre al display.