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Sony DSC-N1 reviewed by Steves Digicams
Mark Peters : October 18th 2005 - 00:45 CET
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Steve's DigicamsSony DSC-N1 reviewed by Steves Digicams : Our good friends at Steves Digicams have published their review of the new Sony Cybershot DSC-N1 camera. This new Cybershot digital camera is packed in a compact aluminum body that is only 22.7mm thick. The Sony DSC-N1 incorporates a 8.1 effective Megapixel Super HAD CCD and a Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar 3x optical zoom lens. The biggest surprise is the large 3-inch Clear Photo LCD Plus monitor that features a touch screen operation. Furthermore Sony took the opportunity to provide the new Sony N1 camera with exciting new viewing technologies like Pocket Album and Slideshow with music features giving the Sony Cybershot N1 user more and varied multimedia entertainment.
Sony DSC-N1 reviewed by Steves DigicamsCybershot DSC-N1 - Display
The Sony N1 has a large hybrid 3-inch LCD display with touch screen function. This feature makes the new Sony DSC-N1 even more easier to use. For example by activating the Free Spot AF function it is possible to focus on an object directly by just touching it on the 3-inch LCD monitor. Other functions can be controlled just by touching or tracing your finger across the monitor, like a touch panel on a notebook. To bring the best out of the display Sony incorporated the Sony Cybershot N1 digital camera with the brand new Clear Photo LCD Plus technology.

Sony Cybershot N1 - Steve's review comment
According to Steve: "Located on the side in the battery compartment is the Memory Stick Duo card slot. The DSC-N1 comes with a 26MB of internal memory and can use any capacity Memory Stick Duo or Memory Stick Pro Duo card up to 2GB. The higher performance MS PRO Duo cards are required for recording movies in the 640-Fine VX mode. This mode captures VGA video at 30 frames per second. The optional Sony CSS-TNA Cyber-shot Station makes transferring images from your compatible digital camera easier than ever before. Simply place your camera in the base and it instantly starts charging while providing a quick connection to your personal computer and television."

Sony DSC N1 - Steve's Digicams conclusions
Steve continues: "The 16:9 (HDTV) Image Size is perfect if you are going to do a slideshow on your big screen plasma panel or any 16:9 aspect ratio high-def TV display. The Slide Show function is quite unique, it creates an automated playback of your images with your choice of transitions (simple, nostalgic, stylish, active) and music tracks which are ideal for playback on the LCD but they look even better on your big screen TV." At this moment Steve's review is in a first look status. In the meantime continue to read at Steve's Digicams to learn more about the new Sony Cybershot DSC-N1 digital camera.

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