Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W710
Screen size: 6.7 in
ISO maximum: 819200
Effective pixels: 100 Mpx
8256 x 5504 px
Max resolution: 9528 x 6328 px
|Image sensor format||FX|
|Sensor size||1.41 in|
|Effective pixels||45.75 Mpx|
|Max resolution||8256 x 5504 px|
|Lens mount||Nikon AF-S|
|Optical zoom||5.0 x|
|Magnification (Crop factor)||1.0 x|
|AF assist (auto-focus assist light)||Lamp|
|Autofocus in recording mode||yes|
|Auto Focus (AF) lock||yes|
|Max number of AF points (incl. assistant)||153|
|Image stabiliser||Lens based only|
|Filter diameter||3.03 in|
|Phase detection autofocus||yes|
|Number of AF points (contrast)||99|
|Camera shutter type|
|Number of exposures||2|
|Auto exposure lock||yes|
|Flash sync speed||1/250s|
|External flash connection||Hot shoe|
|Flash metering system||i-TTL|
|Speed (RAW)||7.0 fps|
|Exposure bracketing||0.3 - 1.0±EV|
|Power source type||Battery|
|Battery life (CIPA)||1840|
|AC adapter included||Y|
|Tripod mounting supported||yes|
|Tripod thread||1.0 in|
|Maximum image resolution||8256 x 5504 px|
|White balance modes|
|Supported image file formats|
|Supported aspect ratios|
|Screen size||3.2 in|
|Viewfinder coverage||100.0 %|
|Viewfinder magnification||0.75 x|
|Separate info display||yes|
|Maximum resolution||3840 x 2160 px|
|HD type||4K Ultra HD|
|Supported video file formats|
|Video recording limit||70.0 min.|
|Max resolution (highest frame rate)||1920 x 1080|
|Max frame rate (highest resolution)||30.0 fps|
|Max frame rate (regardless of res.)||120.0 fps|
|Motion JPEG frame rate||30.0 fps|
|Colour of product||Black|
|Compatible memory cards|
|Dual memory card slots||yes|
|HDMI connector type||Mini|
|USB connector type||Micro-USB B|
|Supported WiFi types|
|Wireless network (Wi-Fi)||yes|
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