|Sony CyberShot W150|
Ilse Jurriën : January 23th 2008 - 19:00 CET
Sony CyberShot W150 digital camera : Sony’s popular Cyber-shot W-Series gains a fresh new look for ’08 with the new Sony CyberShot W150 digital camera that teams fantastic HD image quality with easy-to-use features. Available in a choice of up-to-the-minute colour options, the Sony CyberShot W150 stands out with its clean lines and cool, contemporary looks. Inside the sleek all-aluminium case, the Sony W150 is packed with the latest Sony technology to widen your creative options and guarantee even more fabulous memories. The new 8.1 effective megapixel Sony Cyber-shot W150 will be available throughout Europe in Mid April 2008. Price has not yet been determined.|
Sony CyberShot DSC-W150 digital camera
With a resolution of 8.1 effective megapixels, the premium Sony CyberShot W150 offers a bright 2.7-inch Clear Photo LCD. The new Sony camera also features a powerful 5x zoom Carl Zeiss wide angle lens, plus Smile Shutter, Face Detection, Super Steady Shot and Intelligent Scene Recognition.
Sony W150 - Face Detection technology
The Sony developed BIONZ image processor inside the Sony DSC-W150 powers improved Face Detection technology, now with even faster tracking plus the ability to recognise faces that are further from the camera. In addition, Face Detection can now distinguish automatically between children and adults, adjusting exposure, skin tone and red-eye reduction for great portraits with any subject.
Sony Cyber Shot DSC-W150 - Detecting smiles
Another Sony first, Smile Shutter waits until the subject smiles before firing the shutter to ensure happy faces in every frame. A new Smile Level setting lets you fine-tune the threshold before a picture’s taken, from a gentle smile to a huge grin.
Sony CyberShot W150 - D-Range optimiser
Also powered by the BIONZ processor, the D-Range Optimiser automatically adjusts exposure and contrast for natural-looking results. It’s highly effective with strongly backlit scenes where there’s a risk of losing high- and low-light detail.
Sony W150 camera - ISO 3200
Sensitivity on the Sony Cyber-Shot W150 is boosted to a maximum ISO 3200 for successful low-noise shots without flash indoors or in dim lighting conditions. It’s teamed with Super SteadyShot optical image stabilisation, delivering a powerful Anti-Blur solution for clearer handheld pictures in low light or at higher zoom settings.
Sony Cyber-Shot W150 - HD Output
An HD Output on the CyberShot W150 lets you enjoy your memories in super-size on your BRAVIA TV or any HD Ready display. Connecting to any PhotoTV HD compatible television or display (via optional output adaptor cable) delivers even more incredible Full HD picture quality with extraordinary detail and realism.
Sony CyberShot W150 - Easy to use camera
Despite superb image quality and advanced shooting functions, the Sony CyberShot W150 is brilliantly simple to use. First-time users will appreciate the friendly on-screen function guide and Easy Shooting mode that keeps things simple without compromising picture quality. There’s also an optical viewfinder that offers extra familiarity for compact camera users switching to digital. The new Sony Cyber-shot W150 will be available throughout Europe mid April 2008
Sony CyberShot DSC-W150
• 8.1 effective megapixels
• Carl Zeiss 5x optical zoom lens with 30mm wide angle
• High-resolution (230k dot) 2.7-inch Clear Photo LCD
• BIONZ processor powers Smile Shutter and Face Detection
• Super Steady Shot
• HD Output
• Intelligent Scene Recognition
• Four colour options: Silver, Black, Red and Gold
Other introduced Sony CyberShot digital cameras
• Sony CyberShot H10
• Sony CyberShot W170
• Sony CyberShot W150
• Sony CyberShot W130
• Sony CyberShot W120
• Sony CyberShot W110
• Sony CyberShot T300
• Sony CyberShot S780
• Sony CyberShot S750
Sony manufactures audio, video, communications and information technology products for the global consumer and professional markets. With its music, pictures, game and online businesses, Sony is uniquely positioned to be one of the world’s leading digital entertainment brands. Sony recorded consolidated global annual sales of EUR 55.83 billion (yen 8,296 billion) for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2007, based on an average market exchange rate for the same period of yen 148.6 to the EUR. It employs approximately 163,000 people worldwide.