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Sony Cyber-shot DSCW180 Digital Camera - Black (10 MP, 3x Opt) 2.7" LCD - In red, black or silver - £89.99 delivered @ Amazon!
Sony Cyber-shot DSCW180 Digital Camera - Black (10 MP,  3x Opt) 2.7" LCD - In red, black or silver - £89.99 delivered @ Amazon!

Sony Cyber-shot DSCW180 Digital Camera - Black (10 MP, 3x Opt) 2.7" LCD - In red, black or silver - £89.99 delivered @ Amazon!

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A good price for this camera - available in red, black or silver.

The W180 is the new super slim, compact and easy-to-use camera - a perfect entry to the world of Cyber-shot. This 10.1 megapixel camera not only looks great, its clever too, with a 3x optical zoom and advanced shooting features such as Face Detection, SteadyShot and Smile Shutter technology, making it really simple to use. Measuring less than 19mm, the W180 is small enough to pop in your pocket. When youve seen a great moment, intelligent shooting sets you free to snap and socialise without worrying about camera settings.

* 10.1 Megapixel sensor
* 3x optical zoom 6.2 mm-18.6 mm (35 mm - 105 mm equivalent) - f/3.1-5.6
* Features: Frame movie mode, Image Stabiliser and Red Eye Reduction
* Supports Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick PRO Duo, Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo
* 2.7 inch colour LCD display

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Simple to use
If you’re new to digital photography, you want controls that are simple to use and menus that make it easy to find the right selection. So the W180 has a larger 2.7” LCD screen with clear icons and menus to make taking great photos as effortless as possible. The 10.1 effective megapixel resolution means you get finer detail in the image and use its 3x optical zoom without losing clarity. What’s more, in Easy mode the camera simplifies shooting by limiting the number of camera settings and displaying straightforward instructions.

Small and light enough to carry anywhere

The W180 is slim enough to fit into a bag or even a pocket, which means you’re ready to shoot whenever a special moment occurs. Choose from black, red or silver finishes and take it with you everywhere. The W180 comes with a rechargeable lithium ion battery and charger.

Face Detection to keep portraits in focus
Face Detection is very handy for shooting larger groups and scenes where faces might get lost against a detailed background. The sensor recognises faces as faces and automatically adjusts the exposure, white balance and flash settings to show skin tones at their best. Up to 8 faces can be recognised in any scene.

The high sensitivity sensor enables great pictures in low light

The W180’s sensor is measured at ISO 3200 so is highly sensitive to light and can automatically provide clear images in low light conditions, such as indoors or at twilight. On top of that, there are six pre-set options so you can quickly choose the best settings for a particular type of scene.

Retouch shots on the move

If you can want to improve your shot right there and then, you can even perform simple retouching operations in camera without needing to download the image to your PC — such as cropping, altering exposure or removing red–eye.


SteadyShot to reduce picture blur
If you are shooting with the camera in your hand, there is always a danger of handshake spoiling your picture, even if your subject is stationary. To avoid this problem, the W180 takes two shots at the same time at high shutter speed and combines them for one bright, blur free image – all you have to do is press the shutter once.

PMB (Picture Motion Browser) software

Managing your growing photo collection is hugely simplified by this software which is included with the W180. Just install it on your PC and it provides a perfect archive for your shots which are all just a click or two away. You can arrange them by date, by person, and even search through them quickly. From here you can burn them to discs, send them to friends or upload them to sites in a matter of seconds. If you connect your W180 or computer directly to an HD Ready TV you can view your shots in spectacular HD on the big screen. If your TV is a BRAVIA which supports PhotoTV HD, you’ll be able to experience even more lifelike HD images, bursting with detail and colours.
‘Sony’, ‘Cyber-shot’, ‘SteadyShot’ ‘BRAVIA’ and their logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sony Corporation. All other trademarks acknowledged.

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Wow, rudeness really isn't needed :roll: and as for reputable, I mean not Ebay, or some dodgy retailer in Hong Kong with no contact details (hardly rubbish)

And instead of saving £30 i'd rather save all my money by not buying this … And instead of saving £30 i'd rather save all my money by not buying this at all and spending it on a far better camera for the same money

Good for you :thumbsup: Maybe you will put in the effort to post it as a deal, when you find it.

Nice price, looks a nice camera in the flesh too :thumbsup:

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Don't start that reputable rubbish please And instead of saving £30 i'd … Don't start that reputable rubbish please And instead of saving £30 i'd rather save all my money by not buying this at all and spending it on a far better camera for the same money



the 60quid canon a480 at argos (plus £5 gft voucher) is a much better camera
:whistling:

probably best not to feed the troll millarcat :thumbsup:

anyone recommend a nice camera for around £125, mainly use for photos of our local on match day, so show it does get full, take a few new pics of the pub to display on the website.

currently have the TZ1 but the TZ7 is out now, but personally dont think we need that price range as they may be better out there

cheeky bump

Price showing as £93.30?

I'm a Nikon DSLR user but for compacts I'm never likely to stray away from Sony and Canon.

Disco;6721579

anyone recommend a nice camera for around £125, mainly use for photos of … anyone recommend a nice camera for around £125, mainly use for photos of our local on match day, so show it does get full, take a few new pics of the pub to display on the website.currently have the TZ1 but the TZ7 is out now, but personally dont think we need that price range as they may be better out there



This might help you

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Thank you very much.. I found that link very useful.

Disco;6721579

anyone recommend a nice camera for around £125, mainly use for photos of … anyone recommend a nice camera for around £125, mainly use for photos of our local on match day, so show it does get full, take a few new pics of the pub to display on the website.currently have the TZ1 but the TZ7 is out now, but personally dont think we need that price range as they may be better out there


There's a lot of choice out there at that price point and below - just be careful you don't hit Argos the one week they're full price so they can be 'half price' next week!

Things to consider:
-You can dismiss secondary brands like Polaroid, etc. The saving just isn't enough to compensate for the reduced quality.
-Do you want to keep feeding it AA batteries or go for ones supplied with high capacity Li-ion rechargeable? At your price point most should have the rechargeables.
-Make sure it takes SD/SDHC memory cards. Most do, they're cheap now and widely available. [COLOR="Blue"]Sony ones like this post will lock you into overpriced MemoryStick cards[/COLOR] (only do the same job). A few only take xD cards - same story.

Personally I'd still look at Panasonic first and you'll have a choice of several under £125. I've had good experience with Casio too.
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