The CyberShot WX800 features an 18.2-megapixel Exmor R Cmos Sensor and is powered by an upgraded BIONZ X processor. With front-end LSI, the camera offers high-speed continuous shooting at up to 10fps at 155 buffer limit, Eye AF technology and a Fast Intelligent AF speed of just 0.09 seconds.
Sony India has expanded its imaging catalogue with the launch of the Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-WX800 as the world's smallest Travel High Zoom Cameras. The camera offers a 24-720mm high magnification zoom, the latest BIONZ X image processor and 4K video recording. The Cyber-Shot DSC-WX800 from Sony comes at an asking price of Rs 34,990.
The CyberShot WX800 features an 18.2-megapixel Exmor R Cmos Sensor and is powered by an upgraded BIONZ X processor which is faster, the VA now has an enhanced Eye autofocus with precise subject tracking. With front-end LSI, the camera offers high-speed continuous shooting at up to 10fps at 155 buffer limit, Eye AF technology and a Fast Intelligent AF speed of just 0.09 seconds.
The Cybershot camera equips a ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T 24-720mm High Magnification lens which is suited to the varied demands of travel photography and capturing daily life. With Optical SteadyShot technology, the images captured on the WX800 often turn out to be precise with no blurs due to shaking. There’s a Zoom Assist function that allows the user to zoom out temporarily and displays a wider area when shooting a subject at the telephoto end.
Additionally, the WX800 features Touch Focus and Touch Shutter allowing users to directly select their shooting subject. There’s a 7.5cm 180-degree tiltable LCD screen that offers easy framing of selfies and group shots. The inbuilt Bluetooth, NFC and WiFi for connectivity options allowing users to transfer images and share location data from a mobile device.
The Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-WX800 camera is available for an asking price of Rs 34,990 at Sony Center, Alpha Flagship stores and major electronic stores across India from October 29.
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