Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Sony Cybershot H2 - Carl Zeiss lens

Sony Cybershot H2 - Carl Zeiss lens
According to Steve Digicams: "The most prominent feature of the Sony H2 is its 12x Carl Zeiss zoom lens, with focal length coverage of 36-432mm in 35mm equivalence. Anyone who has used a digicam with a long focal length zoom knows that these lenses really add to the overall "fun factor" of using a camera. But the longer the focal length, the more susceptible images are to blurring from camera shake, requiring the use of a tripod/monopod or a fast shutter speed with high ISO settings to overcome the camera-shake issue."

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H2 review conclusion - Steves Digicams
Steve continues: "The auto focus system delivered consistently sharp images. It uses a 3-area multi point system, or you can use a single point and position it virtually anywhere in your composition. With the help of its AF-assist lamp, the Sony Cybershot H2 was able to auto focus very reliably in conditions of low ambient light; in complete darkness, the maximum range of the AF-assist lamp was about 12 feet. AF was effective in low light even in the telephoto range of the Sony H2's zoom lens." You want to learn more about the Sony Cybershot digital camera? Continue to read the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H2 review at Steve's Digicams!

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Steve's Digicams was founded in the year 1997, by, indeed, Steve. Steve Sanders is well experienced in photography, 30 years, and wants to share this experience with everyone on the Internet. Steve's motto is: simplicity. The way the website is build makes it also possible for those who haven't got a fast connection to download the website very quickly. In the same way the reviews are being written. According to Steve, it should not be necessary to follow a course in photography to be able to understand a review. For this approach Steve is well known world wide and he is welcome to it by his many readers. Beside test reports Steve's site has various other items, like a forum, camera specifications, daily "breaking" news.

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