I have detected some extra noise showing in my test photos than is normal. The macro shot is o. This should not be a problem when taking close up shots in natural light. It is not a major issue, especially on snapshot sized photos. Outdoor 3 Maximum Zoom: The sharpness of the picture is about average for a camera in this price bracket.
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It has a typically rectangular shape.
I am happy with the test pictures I have taken. Turn on time – shutter delay – dark LCD screen – pictures with a lot of contrast – limited movie mode. If you are looking for a cheap pocket sized digital camera it is difficult to find one offering better skny quality than the Panasonic Lumix DMC S5. It is very hard to beat when compared alongside its direct rivals.
Sony DSC-S Review
Even with a camera in this price bracket a camera should be able to add greater clarity to the shot. Picture quality and features have an edge over many of its competitors while the rapid response times are also a big plus point.
Indoor Portrait without Flash: Apart from a slight orange colour caste I am very happy with this picture. There are sonny issues with focusing, but one or two areas of the photo could do with a bit of extra light.
Outdoor 1 Medium Zoom: This is quite easy to put right with some image editing software.
This is a matter of personal taste and you may like photos with a bit more punch to them. Outdoor 2 No Zoom: It is almost the ideal snapshot camera if you do not want to spend a great deal of money. You can also try different white balance settings to improve results. There is better definition showing in this photo than many more expensive digital cameras manage.
Top Rated Cameras in this Category. Outdoor 3 Maximum Zoom: I have detected some extra noise showing in my test photos than is normal.
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S950
dsv It has a good sized LCD screen and you can increase the amount of snoy available when shooting at low resolutions. It is such a small camera and very easy to use. It is easy to expect too much from a cheaper digital camera, but I was left disappointed by the slow turn on times and the dark LCD screen.
Key features include a 10 megapixel sensor and a 4x optical zoom lens.
It is true that focusing is not perfect with the Cybershot DSC S, but it is inline with many other entry level models.
There are a fairly standard set of controls and it should not take you long to understand how to access dsv key features. The lighting provided by the flash is even and almost all areas of the photo are lit correctly.
The sharpness of the picture is about average for a camera in this price bracket. This is another good effort, especially when taking d950 account the low price tag of the camera.
They may not be perfect, but for this level of camera they are acceptable. This is the most challenging test shot when it comes to sharpness. This issue is likely to be related to the problem of the very light areas in other shots. Indoor Portrait with Flash: Focusing improves with the zoom less than fully extended. It is not a major issue, especially on snapshot sized photos.
It is available in black, pink and silver. One problem is the lack of detail the Cybershot DSC S is able to capture in the brightest areas of the photo.