Sony Digital Cameras Price List in India March 2018
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Here's the trend of Sony Digital Cameras for February 2018. Want a popular product but got a budget? Look for great deals and get your hands on trending items! We've gathered data just for you!
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Cybershot DSC-W830, Cybershot DSC-H300, and Cybershot DSC-W810 got the most views last month. How long will this trend last?
Latest discounts : α6000 ILCE-6000L with SELP1650 Lens had the biggest price drop last month. Must be a great deal. Hurry! Kahi haat se na nikal jae.
Sony Digital Cameras Price 2018
|Latest Sony Digital Cameras||Price|
|Sony Cybershot DSC-RX1R II||Rs 254,990|
|Sony Cybershot DSC-RX10M2||Rs 132,267|
|Sony Cybershot DSC-HX10V||Rs 81,038|
|Sony Cybershot DSC-RX100 V||Rs 76,882 -|
|Sony Cybershot DSC-RX100 IV||Rs 58,990 -|
|Sony α5100 ILCE-5100L Kit||Rs 36,000 -|
|Sony α6300 ILCE-6300L Kit||Rs 67,500 -|
|Sony α77 II ILCA-77M2Q Kit||Rs 114,990|
|Sony Cybershot DSC-W350||Rs 33,130|
|Sony Cybershot DSC-W800||Rs 5,819 -|
Latest News about Sony Digital Cameras
Sony gives its users a very promising product, a whole new A6500 camera. It has certain features resembling A6300 but it is one of the finest products launched with touch screen LCD and very nimble new processor. Read more
Sony has announced RX100 V camera that may get the fans excited with its fastest autofocus and continuous shooting capability. Be it pro photographers or casual users the lightweight pocket-sized camera brings a lot to the table in terms of improvement upon its predecessor RX100 IV. The new sensor and Fast Hybrid AF autofocus system with phase detection makes it the fastest focusing camera among ... Read more
Latest Reviews for Sony Digital Cameras
Really reliable camera that I had since as a student, I have been buying Sony cybershot since I was a teen actually from my parents and now that I can buy one for myself I bought this one earlier ...Read more
- Rating : 3.8
- Review by Chandara Guru
- Date : 5, Mar 2018
For me its really to bulky to carry around for women like me I think compact ones are better, but still ts can get descent shots but I prefer in having a more light weight material in this kind of ...Read more
- Rating : 4.1
- Review by Kelly's Idea
- Date : 5, Mar 2018
I love pink and also I am really thrilled in getting one of these Sony Cybershot camera that has two shades of pink well it also has black and gold but I really like it because it has a color pink ...Read more
- Rating : 4.4
- Review by Mr. Jones
- Date : 5, Mar 2018
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About Sony Digital Cameras
Sony Digital Cameras
Sony Corporation, which is a Japanese electronics maker based out of Tokyo, is globally well-known for a variety of products. One of its chief products remains its exclusive line of cameras, consisting of both compact point and shoot models, along with digital cameras with interchangeable lens.
History of Sony Digital Cameras
Some of Sony’s earliest digital cameras came into the Cybershot series, a line that still exists to date. These were primarily launched around the mid-1990s. There were also some models that were released around the late 90s, under the name of the Mavica line and this continued till 2003. This series had been popular, but stands discontinued as of now. Cybershot still has a number of lineups such as W, WX, RX, QX and HX.
Sony’s DSLR lineup of cameras was launched in the year 2006, with the release of the Alpha lineup. The very first model in the series was called the Alpha DSLR-A100. The lineup exists even today and Alpha SLT-A68 is the latest release. Another lineup of DSLR cameras is the Sony SLT series.
Popularity of Sony Digital Cameras
In India, Sony has a good share in the camera market. While it lags behind Nikon and Canon, which are the two clear winners in the category, it still offers another great alternative besides these brands.
Sony’s point and shoot compact models, i.e. the Cybershot series is largely popular and shares a very good rapport among buyers. These are largely meant for casual photography and not professionals. Sony also has numerous stores and distributors that sell their models.
Design of Sony Digital Cameras
The design is pretty standard for most cameras in the industry, irrespective of the maker. Sony’s cameras come as point and shoot or DSLR models, as mentioned earlier. Most of the construction is polycarbonate, these days in an effort to make things lighter. However, metal is used in some parts.
The front face, as usual, has the lens in point and shoot models or has space for a lens on a DLSR. The flash is located at one of the top corners. You can find the shoot button, along with some others on the top face. The back portion houses the LCD screen, which varies in size. The buttons are also present on this side.
The lower side always has space for batteries and some connectivity ports. In most cases, the card slot and the one for batteries are under a common lid. Batteries of Ni-MH or LI-ion are supported variations on the model.
Color options for Sony cameras are numerous. However, this applies only to its point and shoot range. DSLR models are largely black in color.
Features of Sony Digital Cameras
Sony offers many features in its compact and DSLR camera models. There are dedicated lineups among the main ones that specifically target the experience level of the photographer. This means that there are separate models mainly meant for beginners, while others may be for the experts.
Sony’s Cybershot makes use of Exmor CMOS sensors and offers varying resolution counts. For lenses, they make use of Song G or Carl Zeiss ones. Some of the cameras also provide extreme zooming capabilities. Videos can also be shot with these models.
For the DSLR models, the cameras support E and A (for mirrorless) mount lenses. Lenses can be used interchangeably, as per the user’s choice. These cameras also make use of the Sony’s Exmor CMOS sensors and the BIONZ image processor.
For connectivity, all cameras have basic USB, HDMI and audio/video options. Some models also offer NFC and Wi-Fi for wireless options. Memory Stick, SHDC and SD cards are largely supported in Sony’s shooters.
Sony Digital Camera News
Sony has recently acquired rival Toshiba’s facilities that manufacture image sensors for digital and smartphone cameras.