Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W710
Screen size: 6.7 in
ISO maximum: 819200
Effective pixels: 100 Mpx
3072 x 2304 px
Max resolution: 9528 x 6328 px
|Effective pixels||7.1 Mpx|
|Max resolution||3072 x 2304 px|
|Optical zoom||5.0 x|
|Digital zoom||6.0 x|
|Focal length equiv||38 - 190|
|Flash modes||Redeye Reduction|
|Colour of product||Silver|
|Compatible memory cards||xD|
|Supported image file formats|
|Screen size||2.0 in|
|Maximum resolution||640 x 480 px|
|Max frame rate (highest resolution)||25.0 fps|
With its smart, 'titanium' coloured metal body, 7.1-megapixel sensor, 5x optical zoom lens and pop-up flash, the Olympus Camedia C-70 Zoom is an attractive package. It's small enough to slip in a coat pocket and the large (2.0-inch) 'sunshine' LCD screen provides a sharp view that is easier to use in bright conditions than standard LCDs. P, A, S and M shooting modes are supported, along with five scene programs and VGA or QVGA video recording at 30 frames per second, plus voice recording. The 5x optical zoom lens can focus to 2cm in macro mode and up to 6x digital zooming is provided. Playback options are very comprehensive.
The C-7000 Zoom (known as the C-70 Zoom in Europe / SE Asia) is a new design direction for Olympus, looking back through their previous range the only similar camera could perhaps be the C-60 Zoom, although that only had a 3x optical zoom lens and had a sliding lens cover / power switch. It's certainly a departure (as was the C-8080) from cameras like the C-5060 / C-5000.
Styled in a safe semi-retro design
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