Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H2 Review

by Johan on June 29, 2006



Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H2 Review

This 6.2 MP Sony DSC-H2 is a replacement camera for the popular DSC-H1. Digital Photography Review wrote:

The Cyber-shot DSC-H1 was Sony’s first foray into the increasingly crowded compact, image stabilized ‘super zoom’ market, and it was a very successful one too. The DSC-H2 (along with big brother the DSC-H5) arrived almost exactly a year later in February 2006. In truth the H2 isn’t a major upgrade – a bit of a re-style, a few new features and an extra megapixel – but some of the refinements, though small, are significant. Let’s find out if the H2 has what it takes to compete with the likes of Canon’s PowerShot S3 IS

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H2 features a 36-432mm equivalent (12x optical) F2.8-3.7 Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar zoom lens, Super Steady Shot optical image stabilization, wide ISO 80-1000 range, a clear RAW™ noise reduction technology, a 2.0 inch LCD (85,000 pixels) & 0.2 inch (200,000 pixel) Electronic viewfinder, full photographic control, Real Imaging Processor & 14-bit DXP A/D Conversion, an optional wide and tele lens converters, 7 modes scene selection, histogram indication and 32MB internal memory, plus a Memory Stick/PRO Duo slot. Via Digital Photography Review.

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