This Camera has "Zoom" and "Close up" but what about Macro ? How close can I get to my subject without blur ? How many inches can I get to my subject without blur ?
Sony Cyber Shot DSC-H200 20.1MP Black Digital Camera
Advanced yet user-friendly features make it easy to obtain professional-looking results from day one with the Cyber-shot H200 camera. Snap incredible close-ups thanks to the 26x optical zoom perfect for sports, wildlife and travel photos.
ITEM#: 15124252The Sony Cyber Shot DSC-H200 digital camera is a point and shoot camera featuring 360 degree sweep panorama, picture effects, beauty effect, face detection, smile shutter, iAuto mode, red eye reduction, self timer and more
- Display: A 3-inch 460k dot Clear Photo LCD monitor is available for image monitoring and review and features five brightness settings for greater usability in sunlit conditions
- Resolution: 20.1 megapixel 1/2.3-inch Super HAD CCD image sensor to produce high resolution imagery
- Zoom: 26x optical zoom and 52x digital zoom and intelligent zoom at 36x, 52x, 210x, 70x
- 35mm equivalent focal length range of 22.3-580mm, giving wide angle to super telephoto perspectives to suit most shooting situations
- Optical SteadyShot image stabilization
- 12 elements in 10 groups and 6 aspheric helping to reduce chromatic aberrations throughout the zoom range
- Shutter speed: 30 to 1/1500 sec in Manual mode and 1 to 1/1500 sec in Program mode
- ISO 80-3200 auto
- Memory: Memory stick duo, memory stick pro duo, memory stick pro HG duo, SD, SDHC memory cards
- Picture format: JPEG
- HD 1280 x 720p video at 30fps
- Video format: MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
- Interface: USB 2.0, built-in flash
- Power: 2x AA batteries. Powered by 4 AA batteries, giving greater convenience to powering on the go due to their wide availability
- Color: Black
- Model: DSCH200/B
- Included items: 4x AA batteries, lens cap, lens cap strap, shoulder strap, multi USB cable, instruction manual
- Dimensions: 3.3 inches high x 4.8 inches wide x 3.4 inches deep
- Weight: 15.17 ounces
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I have read some reviews where people complain about this cameras quality. All I can say is first what do these people want when the price is so reasonable on this camera. I have taken numerous pictures and they have all turned out great and no problem downloading them into the Sony program. I guess some people expect the world for a low price wake up cheap people spend more for a professional camera. This camera does a fantastic job for what you pay for it you can do better but how much do you want to spend??Read More
the camera exceeded my expectations with the quality and overall performance.Read More
I bought this camera only because of the zoom power with an affordable price. It takes great shots of my son and his sports. So excited!Read More
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Hello, donnadidit. Hope your day is going well. This camera does not have a macro feature. It is not recommended for macro shots. You will need to be 4-6 feet away to ensure clear photos. Thank you for shopping with us and please feel free to contact us again with any further questions.
I just saw at a local camera store that Sony DSC-H200 comes with Zeiss lens, but the picture on this page says "Sony lens". Which lens does this come with? Is this a refurbished one? Thanks! Koh
Hello cannotthinkofname, unfortunately this item is out of stock. We currently do not have inventory to check, and cannot guarantee the item will be restocked. Thank you for shopping with us.
Hello, The sony DSC-H200 comes with a Sony 26x Optical Zoom Lens, maybe you viewed a different model in the store. This is a brand NEW product.
What is the size of the sensor?
Thank you for your question richardleefulgham. The resolution of Sony cyber shot h200 is very high, it is approximately 620 Mpix full frame sensor. Have a great day.
20.1MP 1/2.3" Super HAD CCD Sensor
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