More megapixels mean more detail and definition in digital photos -- important when you’re making large prints or posting photos on the Internet. Sony’s advanced Super HAD (Hole Accumulated Diode) CCD is designed to allow more light to pass to each pixel, to increase camera sensitivity and reduce picture noise.
The DSC-S600 provides strong flash to illuminate subjects more effectively -- up to a range of 33 feet, significantly greater than previous Sony models so you won’t have to stand so close to get great pictures indoors.
In addition to the optical viewfinder, the DSC-S600 also has a built-in 2.0” LCD screen that makes it easy to read menus, frame shots and check results while you’re still on the scene.
This simple feature briefly illuminates the subject, to help establish a positive focus lock in low -- or no -- light conditions.
Sony’s compact, high-capacity Memory Stick Duo™ media options can hold all your digital images and connect you to a wide range of compatible hardware and software applications.
Sony’s new software that makes it easy to import images via camera or Memory Stick® media -- then organize and browse through photos on your PC with simple scrolling through thumbnail images.
The Sony Cyber-shot® DSC-S600 uses a precision Carl Zeiss® Vario-Tessar lens design with excellent wide-angle shooting capabilities, making it easier to take indoor photos and capture group shots -- and its sophisticated design enables quick auto-focus and incorporates a wide optical zoom range within compact dimensions.
At VGA resolution4, Sony’s Smart Zoom feature intelligently “crops into” the central portion of interest in your photo without sacrificing the resolution of the full CCD -- thus avoiding the image degradation of other digital zooms.
By intelligently evaluating 5 separate focus areas of the frame, Sony’s Multi-Point AF system can help you automatically maintain focus on the subject -- not on distracting elements in the background.
For capturing a child’s first steps or a pet’s bests tricks, this Sony feature lets you automatically record up to 7 shots at full 6.0 megapixel resolution or 100 shots at standard VGA resolution.
What’s the difference between “optical” and “digital” zoom– Optical zoom uses moving lens elements; digital zoom relies on digital enlargement. In the DSC-S600, 3X Optical zoom helps you frame your shots for better digital pictures; Sony’s Precision Digital zoom provides an additional 2X
A first in an entry-level digital camera, the high sensitivity (ISO 1000) shooting mode of the DSC-S600 gets great shots even in low-light conditions -- a plus when shooting to capture the mood or in locations where flash is not permitted.
To capture the moment before it gets away, Sony’s DSC-S600 uses a Real Imaging Processor™ LSI (Large Scale Integrated Circuit) that not only improves camera response time and decreases shutter lag, but also improves picture quality and clarity and increases battery stamina.
What if you forget your flash memory card– No problem -- with the DSC-S600, you can capture great memories in-camera with an internal 32 MB1 memory -- then easily transfer your shots to optional Memory Stick Duo™ media.
In MPEG VX Fine Mode, the DSC-S600 can capture VGA (640 x 480) audio/video clips at high frame rate (up to 30 frames per second) -- another rarity in entry-level cameras, with length limited only by the capacity of your media. Video mail mode captures smaller files sizes suitable for e-mail.
The DSC-S600 connects easily to any PictBridge™ compatible printer with the supplied USB cable, so you can print directly from your camera.6 You can view images and make print selections right on the camera’s LCD screen -- with simple menus for print quality, date and index print.
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