Sony Cybershot Digital Cameras Price List in India February 2017
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About Sony Cybershot
Sony’s point and shoot lineup of cameras are basically called the Cybershot series. The series is also pretty popular alongside the Coolpix and PowerShot line of compact cameras from Nikon and Canon.
History of Sony Cybershot
The first release in the Sony Cybershot series was made in 1996, pretty much the time around which such types of cameras were being launched in the market. Sony has gone on to release 16 different lineups in the series till date. However, many of them are no longer in production and have been discontinued.
At present, some of the lineups that are available are the RX, W, WX, QX and HX.
Popularity in India
Sony’s presence in India has been immense and the Japanese giant has always seen its products receive a favorable reception in the country. Much like most of its electronics products, the Cybershot series is also very popular.
This series is primarily attractive to the consumer and prosumer oriented market. They also stand out for their quality and affordability.
Design of Sony Cybershot
When it comes to the design of the Cybershot cameras, they are usually of the rectangular form factor. Largely meant for point and shoot purposes, these cameras come with compact lenses. The lens occupies the front side of the camera body, along with the built-in flash. The buttons sit either at the back or on the top side. The LCD panel naturally lies at the back, as is the norm.
Cyber shot cameras mix and match the use of plastic/metal for the construction of the camera body. They fairly low in weight and weigh around 500 grams. Cybershot cameras come in a number of colors that can match your style.
Features of Sony Cybershot
The Cybershot series comes with a great many features and does not compromise on the quality front.
The W line comprises of entry-level shooters, with the H/HX series offering bridges cameras that also have superzoom capabilities. The RX lineup features professional compact shooters that have large sensors, and the QX lineup has lens style cameras that pair up with your smartphones.
Cybershot cameras make use of Carl Zeiss/Sony G lenses and Exmor CMOS sensors. The resolution of the lens goes up to 24.3 MP. The optical zooming capabilities also go up to as high as 35x. Recording of full HD videos are possible with Sony Cybershot models.
Many of the Cybershot models come with touchscreen controls and also offer NFC/GPS/WiFi connectivity. Otherwise, you can expect USB, HDMI and audio/video options. Li-Ion or AA batteries provide power and Memory Stick, SD and SDHC cards are supported.
The other features in these cameras include Image Stabilizer, face recognition, 3D (for some), panorama mode and more.
Overall, the Cybershot models offer a great mix of budget and quality.
Sony Cybershot News
The Sony Cybershot RX 100 IV, along with the Xperia Z5 smartphone, is set to feature in the upcoming James Bond film, Spectre. The RX 100 IV also features a world-first 1 inch Exmor RS CMOS sensor that allows 40x slow motion video capture at up to 1000 frames per second.