Sony Cybershot W300 Brief Review

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Specifications

  • 13.6 Megapixels
  • 3x Zeiss Optical Zoom / 2x Digital Zoom
  • Multi-Point AF, Center AF, Spot AF, Semi manual focusing
  • Super SteadyShot optical image stabilization with Dynamic Range optimization and face detection
  • MPEG VX Movie Mode with sound
  • Multi-pattern, Center-weighted, & Spot Exposure Modes
  • 80-3200 ISO Range
  • JPEG File Format
  • 2.7-inch LCD
  • Memory Stick Duo or Memory Stick PRO Duo Storage Media compatible and 15MB internal capacity
  • Proprietary Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery
  • Release Date: 2008-05-23
  • Final Grade: 80 B

B

Sony Cybershot W300
13.6 Megapixels; 3x Zeiss Optical Zoom / 2x Digital Zoom; Multi-Point AF, Center AF, Spot AF, Semi manual focusing; Super SteadyShot optical image stabilization with Dynamic Range optimization and face detection; MPEG VX Movie Mode with sound; Multi-pattern, Center-weighted, & Spot Exposure Modes; 80-3200 ISO Range; JPEG File Format; 2.7-inch LCD; Memory Stick Duo or Memory Stick PRO Duo Storage Media compatible and 15MB internal capacity; Proprietary Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery
By , Last updated on: 5/18/2014

The W300 is way too pricey now for what you'll get. Try a newer model, like the W370. Here's what we had to say when the W300 was released in May 2008:

Strikingly designed with a tough titanium coated case, this 13 megapixel camera comes with a host of features including Face Detection, Smile Shutter (for automatic picture taking when the subject smiles) and Intelligent Scene Recognition. There's plenty of pixels crammed into this camera, good for photographers looking for larger, more-detailed photos, but remember: more megapixels doesn't necessarily mean higher quality.

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