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Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-W510 Black - Expert Reviews
Sony Cybershot DSC-W510 is the latest Point and Shot from the class apart “Sony”. One of Sony Cyber-shot W510's strong selling points is it's 4x optical zoom which starts at a very impressive 26mm equivalent wide angle extending to 104mm equivalent at the telephoto end of the range. Optical image stabilisation is a rare commodity at this end of the price range and, like Nikon, Sony provides a digital processing alternative in the form of SteadyShot. Sony CyberShot W510 provides a good range of beginner features like face and smile detection as well as more advanced options including exposure compensation, manual ISO selection and metering and focus modes. It also features Sony's Sweep Panorama mode which, along with its superb wide angle performance, makes it an obvious choice for landscape and travel photography. Sony W510 is powered by a Sony lithium-Ion battery and is slim and light, another point in its favour as a holiday camera. It's a crowded market at this price point, with plenty of differentiation between models costing roughly the same, so it's worth shopping around to get exactly what you're looking for from a budget point-and-shoot. Canon PowerShot A1200 and Nikon's COOLPIX L24 share a similar price tag to Sony CyberShot DSC W510, but in other respects are very different cameras.
Design and Build Quality
The design of Sony Cybershot DSC - W510 is perhaps the first thing that strikes you, for obvious reasons the slimness of this one is remarkable i.e. being only 96.0 x 54.0 x 19.9 mm in dimensions. Weighs a mere 103 gram which much lighter and slimmer than its rival market. Even with this lightness the camera feels solid. Rear covered with the screen and much buttons. And a built in flash with a 4.8 meter range.
Focus and Face Detection
Presumably for any entry level compact camera, Sony Cybershot DSC - W510 has face detection. It’s turned on in the Intelligent Auto and also in Program modes. It detects a whooping 8 faces in a frame. This face priority can be toggled, and is said to be as good if not better than many other rival cameras in the market. The back-up mode for Cyber-shot W510, when no faces are detection in the frame, is the 9-area autofocus. This AF is quick and precise even in low light, which is always a plus. When you dig a little deeper, and by deeper I mean in the Program mode, you get the option of switching to centre AF which only uses the central area. This again is fast and decisive. Sadly, there is no AF tracking system, which is a bummer since it seems to do good with all t the other feature.
Lens and Image Stabilization
Sony Cybershot DSC - W510 has a 4x optical zoom lens comprising a focal length range of 4.7 - 18.8 mm, presenting forth a 35mm corresponding range of 26 – 105 mm. The 26mm wide angle is quite outstandingly wide for a budgeted compact and is supremely suited to group shots and interior. It's also nice for panoramic landscapes and if you have a desire to take in a really widespread sphere of view you can switch to Sweep Panorama mode. This edge makes it a good outdoor camera for sports and travel alike. As for Image Stabilization the Steady Shot image stabilization counter balances for camera’s heebie-jeebies and helps tackle blur, this post processes images to eliminate blur resulted by camera shakes. Unlike earlier budgeted Cyber Shot this option, here, cannot be disabled.
Screen and Menus
Sony Cybershot DSC - W510 has a generous 2.7inch 230k dots screen. This is a rather dazzling screen providing a good view of the proceedings. However, the screen won’t be very good to view when you tilt it too much. Apart from that the menus and screen are easy to view and access. The top button on the control disc activates a menu with 3 unique options for display: Normal, Bright image only and Bright with info. The menu appears in two strips over the image, one on the left falling down and the other horizontally flies out when you select the desired option. The top items are the Intelligent Auto, Scene modes, Steady Shot and Program options. Next you can play with the menu settings, change the font, and change exposure settings, in fact within the Intelligent Auto mode you get to see a few cool features alike: burst shooting, exposure compensation, smile detection etc! In the program mode you have ISO sensitivity and exposure mode, white balance etc. The camera has one other perky display feature where you can select a lower resolution option to save on battery power. All in all, everything is easily shown, for even amateurs to tackle easily.
This one comes with rechargeable lithium – ion battery which can take up to 220 shots. One can increase the camera’s memory with SD and SDHC memory card.
Sony Cybershot DSC-W510 shoots 640 x 480 pixel, standard definition VGA resolution video, this at 30 frames/sec. It has an alternative OGVA 320 x 240 pixel option at 30fps. Settings like white balance and exposure can be manually worked at, also the metering mode with the available choices of Centre or Multi modes. No zoom is available but it’s little to no less since the quality that results on compacts is awful. On the plus side, one flick gets you start recording.
The camera has a powerful maximum image size of 12 Megapixels with 1/2.3 inch CCD sensor that produces 4:3 shaped images along dimensions: 4000 x 3000 pixels. All shots are saved as JPEGs with none control over the extent of compression. 4.5MB is the typical size of full resolution JPEG files. The ISO sensitivity spans from 80 - 3200 ISO and the shutter speed ranges from 2 seconds to 1/1500.
The camera is 26mm super-wide-angle, slim, light and easy to pocket. With an easy to use Sweep Panorama feature.
And to top that dedicated button for different modes. Lastly, it’s a pretty looking camera for its price.
A rather poor high ISO performance, coupled with poor screen viewing angle and very pronounced barrel distortion. Lastly, Digital Steady shot are relatively ineffective.
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Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-W510 Black Specifications
Optical Sensor Resolution 12.1 MP
Sensor Type CCD Sensor
Sensor Size 1/2.3 Inches
Minimum Shutter Speed iAuto : 2 - 1/1500 sec, Program Auto : 1 - 1/1500 sec
Optical Zoom 4x
Digital Zoom 8x
Lens Type Sony Lens
Auto Focus iAuto : Approx. 4 cm to Infinity (W) / Approx. 60 cm to Infinity (T)
Focal Length 4.7 - 18.8 mm (26 - 105 mm)
Shooting Modes Twilight, Twilight Portrait, Landscape, Soft Snap, Snow, Beach, High Sensitivity, Gourmet, Pet Mode
Self Timer 2 sec, 10 sec, Potrait 1, Potrait 2
Metering Center-Weighted, Multi, Spot
ISO Rating Auto / 80 / 100 / 200 / 400 / 800 / 1600 / 3200
Image Stabilizer Steady Shot
White Balancing Auto, Cloudy, Daylight, Flash, Fluorescent, Incandescent
Red Eye Reduction Yes
Face Detection Yes
Screen Size 2.7 Inches
Image Display Resolution 230000 dots
USB USB Hi Speed 2.0
Images & Video
Image Format JPEG
Video Format AVI
Media & Software
External Memory Yes
Built in Flash Yes
Flash Modes Auto, Slow Sync Flash
Flash Range (ISO Auto) : Wide : 0.2 - 4.8m, Telephoto : 0.2 - 2.3m, (ISO 3200) : Wide : 6.0m, Telephoto : 3.0m