To start off, I must say that I was intrigued by some reviews I read, where people were comparing the DSCW300 against several Canon models and complaining about how colorful the ones taken with Canon were. This is true, but they were only comparing out of the box default color settings: increase the image sharpness on the Sony and you will get the same quality, if not even better. Sony supersedes Canon with the three stepped DRO (Dynamic Range Optimization): off, normal and extra, yielding a great palette of colors in both shady and well lit areas of a picture.I particularly love the Extra High Speed Burst setting, with which you can shoot 5 fps in continuous mode. I took a picture of my 5 year old son running in our backyard and the pictures came out still, as if he wasn’t moving: absolutely no signs of blur!Featured with an image sensor of 13.6 MP, this gadget provides enough resolution for all amateur photographers’ needs. Just make sure you buy a flash SD memory card, or else you will find that the disk space gets filled up in no time. Keep in mind that a photo at this maximum resolution… Read full this story
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