[CES 2013] If you fancy yourself to be a good photographer but felt that your compact camera or point and shoot is no longer capable of getting the job done, Sony has unveiled a new Cyber-Shot in the form of the DSC-H200, a camera which by the looks of it has been designed for the prosumer in mind, especially since it offers up more controls and functionality which the more experienced photographer will probably appreciate. So what can customers expect from the DSC-H200?
Well for starters Sony has installed a Super HAD CCD sensor in the camera with 20.1MP. It comes with a fixed lens attached to it with a minimum aperture of f/3.1 at its widest, and offers up optical zoom of 26x, and digital zoom of 52x. It also offers an ISO range of up to 3200 which should help in low light situations, built-in flash, a 3” LCD display to check on your photos after you’ve shot them, and as expected from all cameras these days, movie recording capabilities up to 720p HD quality. As you can see in the photo above, the DSC-H200 will come in a DSLR-like body which should offer better ergonomics as well. Priced at $249, the DSC-H200 should be available for purchase sometime in January.
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