Sony DSC-W800 20.1MP 720p Digital Camera with 5x Zoom
Snap 20.1MP photos and record 720p videos with ease thanks to this point-and-shoot’s beginner-friendly features. Since it’s just slightly larger than a stack of credit cards, you can slip it into your pocket or purse to spontaneously capture photos wherever you go.
Point, Shoot, and Review
Even if you don’t know the first thing about f-stops or focal lengths, the DSC-W800 lets you take professional-quality photos. The beginner-friendly Easy Mode simplifies the menu to conceal intimidating settings and automatically recognizes shooting conditions to produce vivid, perfectly lit shots. Once you’re done snapping pics, take a peek at the vivid display to review your photos on the fly.
Shots Look Steady, Even When You’re Not
Most subjects don’t stay still, and the bouncing and shaking from keeping up with them can cause fuzzy, out-of-focus shots. Thanks to integrated image stabilization, however, the images you capture will look smooth and sharp. The camera’s optics remain stable to ensure pictures and video are filled with crisp lines and accurate color, rather than blurry details.
HDTV-Worthy Home Video
Relive events in lifelike detail thanks to 720p HD video recording. With the same high-definition image quality you’d see on an HDTV, this camera makes tiny details pop and lends a professional, cinematic quality to all of your videos.
- Product number: DSC-W800
- Image sensor: 20.1MP 1/2.3” Super HAD CCD sensor (230k dots)
- Video resolution: 720p HD at 30fps
- Optical zoom: 5x
- Digital zoom: 10x
- Monitor: 2.7” Clear Photo LCD
- WiFi: no
- Memory-card slot: MS Duo, SD/SDHC/SDXC
- Image stabilization: Optical SteadyShot
- Battery: lithium-ion NP-BN
- Battery life: up to 200 shots
- Weight: 3.84oz.
- Product dimensions: 3.81” (W) x 0.82” (D) x 2.19” (H)
- Condition: new
- Full specifications
In the box: camera, battery (NP-BN), AC adapter (AC-UB10C), wrist strap, multi-USB cable, manual
Approximately 900 million of Sony’s devices are in use in the world today. To achieve this feat, Sony never wavered from the vision of its co-founders, engineer Masaru Ibuka and physicist Akio Morita. From its beginning in 1946, Sony has always positioned itself on the cutting edge of technology to continually break new ground, from the portable transistor radio in the ‘50s to the color television in the ‘60s to the PlayStation video game console in the early ‘90s. Along the way, Sony also co-developed a range of industry standard formats, including the CD, DVD, and Blu-ray Disc. Not content to only store and play media, the company also produces movies, music, and television and is responsible for acclaimed films and shows such as The Social Network and Breaking Bad while representing artists as diverse as Adele, Bruce Springsteen, Usher, and Milton, a baritone humpback whale.