Review posted for Sony W300!|
Zig Weidelich, The Imaging Resource
(Friday, August 15, 2008 - 14:48 EDT)
While Sony's slim T-series digital cameras get all the attention, the W-Series continues to delight, with great features at a mid-range price. The Cyber-shot W300 is Sony's new flagship W-Series digital camera, as you can tell at glance.
The Sony W300's scratch-resistant titanium shell is among the coolest looking Sony digital cameras, and you won't be disappointed by the pictures it takes either. The Cyber-shot W300's 13.6-megapixel sensor sets a new standard in high ISO detail and color for Sony. The Sony W300's image quality really impressed, capturing detail and color at higher ISOs than Sony typically has achieved. The selectable noise reduction may have something to do with that, but it was such a dramatic difference, there's got to be more to the story. The only gripe we had was its timid 3x zoom.
Click here for the Sony Cyber-shot W300 review for the whole story.