SONY DSCW330B.CEH14.1MP DIGITAL CAMERA  was 259.99 Reduced to £99 @ Comet Even quidco if reserved
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SONY DSCW330B.CEH14.1MP DIGITAL CAMERA was 259.99 Reduced to £99 @ Comet Even quidco if reserved

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Found 28th Dec 2010
This small and light camera is packed with advanced shooting features. Features 14.1 megapixels, 4x optical zoom/26mm wide angle lens and 3.0" LCD screen.
Brand: SONY
Dimensions: 5.6x9.5x1.7(H/W/D)cm
Megapixels: 14.1
LCD screen: 3 inches
Optical zoom: 4 X
Battery: Rechargeable lithium-ion battery with charger
Image stabilisation: Digital image stabilisation
Memory card type: Sony memory stick compatible
Memory card supplied: No
Internal memory: 28 MB
Movie mode: Video recording with audio
Macro mode for close focusing: Yes
Continuous shooting: Yes
Optical viewfinder: No
Built in auto flash: Yes
Red-eye reduction flash mode: Yes
Self timer: Yes
Slide show playback: Yes
Connection: AV cable supplied
Video out connection: No
PC download software included: No
26mm wide-angle Carl Zeiss lens
Intelligent scene recognition
1/2.3inches CMOS image sensor
80-800 ISO rating
240 shots per charge
All metal body
Time and date stamp
USB cable included in the box
AV out connection
Automatic ISO
Playback zoom
Battery level display
SD memory card compatible
112g weight
Hand strap included
Autofocus
Hand shake alert

2 Comments

same price every where....

£80.-- elsewhere

COLD!



Dig just a little into the features of the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W330 and you'll start to see all the corners cut to get the price down to less than $170. In comparison to Sony's $199.99 W350, the W330 has no optical image stabilization; the movie mode is VGA quality with no use of the optical zoom; there's no Sweep Panorama mode (or any panorama option actually); adult and child priority are removed from face detection options; there's no autofocus illuminator light; there's no manual white balance; no unsharp masking option in Playback; less internal memory; and lower-quality noise reduction. The lack of Sony's Bionz processing engine is partly responsible for the feature deficiencies, too. The W350 just has a lot more going for it and better photo quality for $30 more than the W330. The only perk of the W330 is a slightly larger display. Well, that and it has the same wide-angle lens. However, if you don't think you'll want or need any of the stuff I mentioned, by all means, save the money and get the W330.



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Edited by: "rizla01" 29th Dec 2010
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