Sony DSC-S930 digital camera
at a glance
3648 x 2736
3x optical zoom
2.4" lcd viewer
MS duo (pro) (HS)
2 AA batteries
Sony DSC-S930 review summary
camera date Apr 09  
pixels / class 10.1M  compact digital camera
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Sony DSC-S930 specifications
lens / zoom  36mm - 108mm (3x) (dig. 2x)
focus / macro  auto / 5cm
metering mode  multi-pattern, center weighted, spot
aperture  auto / F2.9 - F5.4
white balance  auto, 7 presets
shutter  auto / 1/8s - 1/2000s
exposure  +/- 2EV in 1/3EV steps
flash / mode  internal - 4 modes and red-eye reduction / 0.5m - 3m
viewfinder  lcd screen
iso ratings  100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200
image size  3648x2736, 2592x1944, 2592x1944, 2048x1536, 640x480 / [16:9] 3648x2056, 1920x1080 / [3:2] 3648 x 2432
image format  jpeg (exif)
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lag/cycle times  
remote control  self timer
video options  MPEG,  with sound - 320x240 (30fps)
audio options  
connectivity  multi-use terminal (usb 2.0 HS, video)
storage  12MB internal, memory duo stick (pro)
extra features  face detection
PictBridge compliant
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19Feb09 Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S930 press summary
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Sony DSC-S930 announcement clippings

The easy-to-use S930 offers a great value introduction to the Cyber-shot experience. Available in a choice of silver, black and pink colour options, they're packed with serious features like Face Detection and SteadyShot image stabilisation for clearer pictures in any situation.

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