Sony Cybershot DSC-W30 – Review @ ImagingResource

ImagingResource have recently posted a review of the Sony CyberShot DSC-W30, a 6.0 megapixel (CCD) point-and-shoot digital camera with Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar 3x optical zoom lens (38 – 114mm equivalent), and a 2.0″ LCD Screen.

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“It’s a very responsive camera, with low shutter lag in daylight conditions, and excellent shot to shot speeds. It also sports very good battery life, a very capable movie mode, and excellent download speed. Finally, Sony makes a line of accessory lenses, filters, a slave flash, and even an underwater case for it as well, greatly expanding your options beyond what you’d normal expect from a compact digicam model. The bright 2.0-inch color LCD monitor is excellent for framing and reviewing shots, and the overall design and layout of the W30 is user-friendly and hassle-free. “

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2 Responses to “Sony Cybershot DSC-W30 – Review @ ImagingResource”

  1. Umar says:

    When turned ON, screen shows “Access” and lens moving in and out two or three times with yellow light beside viewfinder blinking, then “Turn the power off and on again”. Turning power off and on again doesn’t do anything. Can anybody help please?

  2. Angelo Rebollos says:

    I have same problem. can anyone help me on this?

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