Sony DSC-H10 — Обзоры и тестыТесты и обзоры Sony DSC-H10


Sony can be described as anything but a new player in the superzoom market. As early as 1997, they released a digital still camera – the Mavica MVC-FD7 – that boasted a 10x zoom lens, and the next few years saw the introduction of numerous 10x and even 14x zoom models, some of which also featured the Steady Shot image stabilisation system lifted directly from Sony’s camcorder line. However, after the turn of the millennium, Sony focused on producing other types of digicam, and only re-entered the superzoom segment in 2005 with the announcement of the Cyber-shot DSC-H1. Since then, they have produced an entire range of H series digital cameras, the newest of which, the Cyber-shot DSC-H50 and the Cyber-shot DSC-H10, were announced at the beginning of this year. We’ve already reviewed the DSC-H50, and now it’s time to have a closer look at its little brother, the Sony H10, whose headline features include compact dimensions, an 8-megapixel sensor, a 10x zoom lens, a 3-inch LCD screen, Super Steady Shot image stabilisation, Dynamic Range Optimisation, Face Detection and a wide range of manually adjustable settings. With a street price of of less than Ј200 / $300, the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H10 is certainly good value. Zoltan Arva-Toth discovers if it’s also a good camera.

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