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Mark Peters : December 27th 2007 - 11:20 CET
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SonySony CyberShot S730 digital camera : Sony intros the new Cyber-Shot S730 compact digital camera. Light, compact and beautifully easy to use, the new Sony CyberShot S730 presents a great-value entry point to the world of digital photography. While it’s remarkably affordable, the Sony Cybershot S730 doesn’t compromise on imaging quality. There’s a Sony 3x optical zoom lens to bring distant objects closer, while digital photos captured with the 7.2 effective megapixel sensor look crisp with superb detail - even blown right up to A3 size. The Sony S730 is equipped with a 2.4-inch LCD screen with wide viewing angle. The Sony Cybershot DSC-S730 compact digital camera will be available throughout Europe from mid January 2008.
Sony S730 Digital Camera
The Sony Cybershot S730 lets you grab clear, blur-free pictures without the aid of flash if you’re shooting in low light or on cloudy days. Selecting ‘High Sensitivity’ mode on the easy-to-adjust mode dial boosts sensitivity to ISO 1250. This allows shooting at faster shutter speeds to reduce the risk of camera shake, even with moving subjects. A new multi-point autofocus mode ensures pin-sharp images, even when your subject is moving or isn’t in the centre of the frame.

Sony CyberShot S730

Sony CyberShot S730 features
• 7.2 effective megapixels
• 2.4-inch LCD screen with wide viewing angle
• High Sensitivity ISO 1250 for reduced camera shake
• Easy-to-use on-screen function guide
• 3x optical zoom lens

Sony S730

Large 2.4-inch LCD screen
Pictures and camera settings can be viewed clearly on the large 2.4-inch screen. Touching a button switches instantly to Playback mode, making it quick and easy to check pictures during shooting. There’s also an on-screen Histogram mode that displays image brightness in graphical form - useful if you’re fine-tuning exposure settings for the best possible results.

CyberShot S730

Sony CyberShot DSC-S730 functions
Even if you’re new to digital photography, the Sony CyberShot S730 guides you with a handy display of functions like flash, macro and self-timer settings. There’s also on-screen advice to help you select the right settings for your chosen subject as selected with the Shooting Mode dial. The Sony DSC-S730 digital camera can even help beginners pick the optimum image size for shooting, depending on your preferred printing paper size and the amount of memory space remaining.

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