Sony Cyber-shot DSC-N2 - only £209 (RRP Sony £349) + 2% Quidco
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-N2 - only £209 (RRP Sony £349) + 2% Quidco

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-N2 - only £209 (RRP Sony £349) + 2% Quidco

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The worthy successor of the DSC-N1, the digital camera DSC-N2 from Sony incorporates a highly sensitive sensor of 10 megapixels. Using Carl Zeiss technology, this device has a 3x zoom for perfect framing and for taking good shots of moving subjects.
In addition, the DSC-N2 has amazing technology thanks to its 3" touch screen; large and readable even in broad daylight, the LCD screen will give you access to interactive menus making the camera really ergonomic. With a simplified interface, the DSC-N2s touch screen has few buttons, resulting in a slim camera design.
The DSC-N2 has an internal memory of 25 MB for storing your pictures. Also, you can save your photos or videos on Memory Stick Duo or Pro Duo (sold separately). The DSC-N2 is able to take very high-definition photos in up to 3264 x 2448 pixel resolution. Thanks to its ISO sensitive mode of up to 1600, your pictures will always be clear and rich in colour.
With a very good Stamina battery autonomy and USB connection, you can transfer all your photos to your computer for editing.
Light and ultra compact, the DCS-N2 digital camera will impress your friends and family alike!


Welcome to HotUKDeals FFarrell and Thanks for the post

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Type Type Ultra Compact There are 3 types of digital camera:
- Compact cameras: great design, easy to use, light.
- SLR cameras: high quality, excellent visual system, many manual settings, interchangeable lenses
- Bridge cameras: Close to SLR cameras, fixed lens, electronic viewfinder, optical zoom

Pixels CCD 1/1.7"CCD sensor
10.3 megapixels
Interlaced scanning A sensor allows for a digital (pixel by pixel) representation of an image; therefore, the higher the number of pixels, the more an image can be enlarged without losing in quality.
Resolution (in pixels) 3648 x 2736 The resolution indicates the maximum number of pixels (no. of horizontal pixels X no. of vertical pixels) that the CCD sensor can record. The higher the resolution, the larger the file size will be.
Optical Optical Viewfinder None This is a viewing system used by photographers for shooting. Generally, it consists of an optical viewfinder (for compact and SLR cameras), but can also work with an electronic viewfinder (for bridge cameras). Some compacts do not have viewfinders; therefore, an LCD screen can be used for viewing.
LCD display Hybrid 3"LCD touch screen
230,000 pixels The LCD screen is a monitor at the back of the camera that allows you to view your subject while you are shooting. Some screens rotate for easier use.
Macro Distance 6 cm This determines the minimum adjustment distance in macro-photography mode (close-up photography).
Normal Distance 50 cm to infinity This determines the minimum adjustment distance in normal mode (generally wide-angled).
Optical Zoom 3 x The optical zoom indicates the lens's maximum optical enlargement value possible. The greater the value, the more the camera can zoom in on a subject. Unlike a digital zoom, this type of zoom is obtained using the internal optical lenses and entails no loss in quality.
Digital Zoom 6 x The digital zoom simulates an optical zoom by interpolation of the central zone of an image. Warning: this is an electronic zoom and entails some loss in image quality.
ISO range ISO auto, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600 The ISO range allows you to select the sensitivity of the CCD sensor. The higher the value, the greater the sensitivity and, therefore, the better the photo quality in poor lighting conditions without using a flash.
Aperture and Shutter Speed f/2.8-8W - f/5.4-16T
Speed: 1/8 to 1/2000 s in automatic 1" to 1/2000 s in automatic programme, 30" to 1/1000 s in maual The aperture controls the amount of light reaching the CCD sensor. The smaller the aperture, the greater the value of the amount of light. The shutter speed controls the exposure time of the sensor. The faster the speed, the less luminous the photo will be; however, the image will be sharp.
Flash (built-in) Built-in flash
Modes flash: auto, slow forced synchro The flash compensates for a lack of light by producing a flash of light at exposure. Different types of flash produce different results.
Storage Image formats JPEG The image format indicates the formats that the camera is compatible with. The most common compression format is JPEG. The TIFF format is the best quality compression for large files. The RAW format retains the original format of an image.
Memory Card Type Memory Stick Duo and Memory Stick PRO Duo Types compatible with each camera
Included Memory Card No Size of card supplied with camera
Internal Memory 25 MB Some cameras have an internal memory and can, therefore, work without a memory card. The larger the size of a memory card, the greater the number of photos that can be stored.
Video Video mode Yes, with sound Some cameras can record video footage (with or without sound) as well as photos. SLR cameras do not have such a function.
Video Sequence 640 x 480 at 30 images/sec. This value indicates the maximum resolution and the number of images per second during recording.
TV Output No This kind of output allows you to connect your camera to a television
Webcam No Indicates whether or not a camera can be connected to a computer to be used as a webcam.
Computer InterFace Port USB 2.0
This indicates the type of connection for transferring files to a computer. USB 2.0 give a greater transfer rate than USB 1.0
Wireless function - This indicates whether or not the camera has wireless capabilities (for file transfers, for example). This could be in the form of a remote control, or WiFi or Bluetooth technologies.
Compatibility Microsoft 2000 Professional, ME, XP Home and Professional
Macintosh OS X (v9.1 - 9.2, v10.1 - 10.4) This indicates which operating systems the camera is compatible with.
Included software Windows Picture Motion Browser Ver.1.1
Image Station XPRESS
GPS Image Tracker
Music Transfer
Macintosh Music Transfer
Extras Power sources Lithium Ion (NP-BG1) battery
3.6V, 960 mAh battery This indicates the power supply for your camera. Warning: these elements are not necessarily shipped with the camera.
Other features Scene modes: sea, fireworks, snow, portrait, sunset
Colour modes: black and white, sepia, natural, vivid Describes other important functions of the camera.
Size 96.7 x 61.1 x 22.7 mm
Weight (in grams) 151
Included accessories Rechargeable NP-BG1 battery
Battery charger BC-CSG
AV cable
USB cable
Internal menus English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Finnish
Instructions included Information available soon
Downloadable manual (1 download available in a language of your choice after purchase ): Czech, German, Danish, Spanish, Finnish, French, Italian, Dutch, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Swedish, Slovakian, English

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Thanks, this is my first post and I wasn't sure how much information to provide.


That's fine and it's a good first post too

This appears to be £229 with a £6.20 delivery from Pixmania, unless I am missing something?

Strangely you can buy it on Amazon through Pixmania for £215 pre delivery.
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