Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W710
Screen size: 6.7 in
ISO maximum: 819200
|Image sensor format||DX|
|Lens mount||Nikon F|
|Auto Focus (AF) lock||yes|
|Auto Focus (AF) points selection|
|Auto Focus (AF) assist beam||yes|
|Number of focus points||11|
|Filter diameter||2.17 in|
|Camera shutter type||Electronic|
|Auto exposure lock||yes|
|External flash connection||Hot shoe|
|Supported audio file formats||PCM|
|Power source type|
|Battery life (CIPA)||1550|
|Number of batteries supported||1|
|AC adapter included||Y|
|Tripod mounting supported||yes|
|Tripod thread||1.0 in|
|On Screen Display (OSD) languages|
|Image editing modes||Crop|
|Maximum image resolution||6000 x 4000 px|
|White balance modes|
|Supported image file formats|
|Screen size||3.0 in|
|Screen technology||LCD TFT|
|Field of view||100.0 %|
|Viewfinder magnification||0.85 x|
|Diopter adjustment (D-D)||-1.7 - 0.5|
|Eye relief||0.71 in|
|Maximum resolution||1920 x 1080 px|
|HD type||Full HD|
|Supported video file formats||MOV|
|Motion JPEG frame rate||60.0 fps|
|Colour of product||Black|
|Compatible memory cards|
|Camera file system|
|HDMI connector type||Mini|
|USB connector type||Micro-USB|
|Wireless network (Wi-Fi)||no|
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