Sony Cybershot DSC-W800: Featuring a 20MP Image Sensor and 8 White Balance Presets
Sony has revealed the Cybershot DSC-W800, way back in 2014 and since then it has continued to be the best possible camera for the enthusiasts. The Cybershot DSC-W800 has a lot to offer in terms of image sensor and even the focusing capabilities. Here is how the detailed specs sheet associated with the same looks like:
The Cybershot DSC-W800 packs in a CCD image sensor for better clarity. The 20MP image sensor measures 6.17mmx4.55mm in terms of dimensions besides sporting the 1/ 2.3 inch layout. In terms of image resolution, the Cybershot DSC-W800 supports 5152x3864 pixels as the maximum count. Other denominations are also supported by the same with the lowest being 1920x1080 pixels. Aspect ratio formats for the same are 4:3 and 16:9. The featured image sensor offers the auto ISO sensitivity mode in addition to the extended range of 100-3200, with the upper limited dedicated towards the low-light shooting conditions. The Cybershot DSC-W800 supports 8 white balance presets followed by the optical image stabilization. The intelligent active mode is also supported alongside the ShotTM image stabilization. The uncompressed RAW format is however excluded. This camera also packs in an orientation sensor.
Focus and Optics
The Cybershot DSC-W800 offers an extended focal range of 26-130mm. Optical zooming limit for the same is up to 5X. The Cybershot DSC-W800 offers a lens aperture range of F3.2.F6.4 besides the several AF modes like contrast detect, face detection and center. Digital zoom is supported by the same for up to 10X. The Cybershot DSC-W800 misses out on the manual focus. Normal focus is supported with an extended limit of up to 5cm.
The Cybershot DSC-W800 offers a fixed screen that measures 2.7 inches to be precise. In terms of resolution, the Cybershot DSC-W800 offers 230K dots. The TFT LCD panel supports the Live View but misses out on a dedicated viewfinder.
Photography and Videography
The Cybershot DSC-W800 offers a shutter speed range of 2-1/ 1500 sec. Several scene modes are included besides the built-in flash support. The flash range for the Cybershot DSC-W800 is 3.50m. Multiple flash modes are also supported by the same in auto, flash off, slow synchro and many more. Burst shooting is allowed at 1 frames per second. The Cybershot DSC-W800 also packs in a self-timer with a 2-10 sec range. Metering modes are supported besides the exposure compensation mode.
The Cybershot DSC-W800 captures movies in HD and that too at 30fps. VGA movies are also supported at 30 frames per second. The Cybershot DSC-W800 supports the AVI MPEG4. Mono microphone is supported by the mono speaker.
Connectivity and Storage
The Cybershot DSC-W800 supports USB v2.0 for faster file transfers. The Cybershot DSC-W800 however misses out on HDMI and remote access support. In terms of connectivity the Cybershot DSC-W800 supports SD, SDXC and SDHC digital cards besides the memory stick-pro HG DUO.
Build and Battery
The Cybershot DSC-W800 weighs 125g and is powered by the Li-Ion NP-BN battery module.