If you love taking photo but you want the camera to be small and easy to carry, you might love Sony Cybershot T110!!
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T110 is a very powerful compact camera.You will impressed by the versatility of this nearly palm sized device. However, it also became apparent that the diminutive size might be better suited for people with much smaller hands.Regardless, the T110 comes packed with quality, including a 16.1MP CCD sensor, a 25-100mm wide-angle lens, a 3.0” touch screen panel and 720p HD videos. This feature rich camera is actually the less expensive of Sony’s point and shoot offerings.
This sleek Cyber-shot comes in many colour such as silver, black, red, pink and violet. Its curved corners and finely contoured style makes it a visually appealing and modern camera. Three of the four buttons along the top sit flush with the surface, with the zoom toggle solely sticking up a small amount from the curve of the camera. Aside from the zoom and shutter button there is also an on/off button and a forward arrow button that serves several purposes, including turning the camera on and switching from shooting mode to image review mode. Three-quarters of the front features a reflective casing that you can quickly and easily slide down to turn on the camera and reveal the lens. However, I wonder how long that panel will last with repeated up and down sliding.
This camera is very small and at 4.3 ounces was barely noticeable in your pocket. It also seems to be built for compactness and style.The built-in help guide of the Sony DSC-T110 is another way to make it easy to get the best shot. Designed to help users learn about the cameras’ features and how to use them on the spot, the “In-Camera Guide” is accessible from the menu button on the Sony T110 digital camera and allows users to easily search by purpose or keyword for functions they seek.
There are five shooting modes: the default Intelligent Auto, Sweep Panorama, Movie Mode, Program Auto, which allows you to tinker with the settings during shooting and Scene Selection, which has 13 different scene options. The average user will likely stick with Auto mode for most still images, but may use some of the scene options for various situations, such as Soft Skin, Landscape, Twilight, Pet, Beach or Hi-Speed Shutter. The Sweep Panorama is a nice feature that does not require a perfectly steady hand to produce non-blurry images. This shooting mode has both standard and wide options up to 248 degrees. Choose the direction you want to take the panorama and then push and hold down the shutter button until you have swept the entire length of the shot, which is indicated with arrows on the screen.
If you need to take multiple pictures quickly then use the Burst feature, which allows up to three successive shots without the flash. There is also a useful Face Detection feature that when left to auto will find the face in the photo. This feature also has a child or adult priority option, or you can switch it to only happen when you touch the screen. In Auto shooting mode, you can always touch the screen to focus on a certain area of the shot.
While the Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar 4x optical zoom lens takes quality pictures, there are other point and shoot cameras on the market with a bit wider zooms. The f3.5-6.3 aperture lens is decent but not top of the line for a shooter. Low light conditions will not produce the highest quality shots with this camera either.
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