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Mark Peters : August 30th 2004 - 06:27 CET

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-V3 introduction


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SonyWith its 7.2 megapixels and a Carl Zeiss® Vario-Sonnar® lens with 4x optical zoom, Sony’s new Cyber-shot DSC-V3 digital still camera puts outstanding image quality, sophisticated controls and a compact ergonomic design in the hands of photo enthusiasts. It will be available in late October for about $700. Providing all the versatility of a much larger camera, the V3 is a compact, classic rangefinder-style camera featuring a large easy-to-handle grip. The new design incorporates a 2.5-inch LCD viewfinder, providing more room than ever before to see and share images the moment they are captured. “The V3 model is for a special class of photographer that wants creative control over the picture-taking process in an ultra-portable package,”
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-V3 introductionsaid Greg Young, general manager for digital still camera marketing in Sony Electronics’ Personal Mobile and Imaging Division. Fast and Responsive: The new camera is powered by Sony’s recently introduced Real Imaging Processor™ circuitry that ensures fast start-up and shot-to-shot times of just over a second, providing increased speed and performance for automatic features like auto focus and auto exposure. Breathtaking still photographs are only part of the picture. When used with Memory Stick PRO media, the V3 camera also captures and plays back high resolution moving images in MPEG-VX Fine mode, with 640x480 pixel resolution at 30 frames per second up to the capacity of the media card.

The V3 model employs a rechargeable InfoLithium® battery system for quick recharging time, which means that you will spend less time charging and more time taking pictures, up to 260 shots per charge.




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