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Sony DSCWX200 Digital Compact Camera with Wi-Fi - Black (18MP, 10x Zoom)

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  • 18.2MP, Exmor R CMOS, 10x optical zoom, Full HD, Intelligent AUTO, Wi-Fi and Picture Effects
  • 18.2MP Exmor R CMOS sensor
  • Sony G Lens with 10x optical zoom
  • Easy sharing with Wi-Fi

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Colour: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 10 x 10 cm ; 104 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 422 g
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  • Item model number: DSCWX200B.CEH
  • ASIN: B00AWMDY6I
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 7 Jan. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (97 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 11,546 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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Sony DSC WX200 Digital Compact Camera

Sunrise or sunset, indoors or out, capture fine detail and rich colour.
Sunrise or sunset, indoors or out, capture fine detail and rich colour.
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At a Glance
  • Capture all the detail with crisp, beautiful still photos and Full HD video, even in low light
  • Get closer to the action with powerful 10x zoom
  • Share photos and videos straight to your smartphone or tablet with built-in Wi-Fi
  • Take in impressive landscapes and extra-wide views with Sweep Panorama
  • Let the camera automatically pick the best settings for any scene
Less to Carry, More Fun to Share

Seven cities in seven days. It’s going to be a hectic road trip. You’ll be catching up with old friends, meeting new faces and seeing some famous sights. And you’ll definitely be sampling plenty of the local atmosphere -- shopping, museums and nightlife included.

You’ve got every moment covered with the slim, colourful Cyber-shot WX200. Sweep the camera for spectacular, extra-wide panoramic views of that historic piazza. Zoom in close with the high-quality 10x lens. Spice things up with funky picture effects. Stills and Full HD videos look crisp and clear: the Exmor R CMOS sensor keeps everything super-sharp, even when you’re relaxing in that cosy late-night café.

You’ve never been known for keeping things to yourself, so why stop now? Built-in Wi-Fi beams photos straight to your smartphone. Then you’re just a few clicks away from wowing everyone with social media updates that’ll make a day in the office look decidedly boring. That’s got to be a big ‘Like’.

No shake, no blur, just beautifully crisp, clean close-ups.
No shake, no blur, just beautifully crisp, clean close-ups.
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Share photos and videos straight to your smartphone with built-in Wi-Fi.
Share photos and videos straight to your smartphone with built-in Wi-Fi.
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See Every Detail, Even in Low Light

More detail means better pictures. Shoot photos that really stand out from the crowd with lots of fine detail and rich, vibrant colours -- from portraits and bustling street scenes to fun-packed nights out.

The sensitive Exmor R CMOS sensor with 18.2 effective megapixels cuts out picture noise for clear, sharp results, even at dusk or indoors when the lights are dim. Full HD videos look smooth and cinematic, too. So you can show off all those movie memories on your HD television.

Crisper, Steadier Close-ups

Zoom up close and keep photos crisp and blur-free. The camera’s powerful 10x optical zoom range covers everything from wide-angle landscapes to dramatic close-ups.

Optical SteadyShot with Active Mode cuts the effect of shaky hands for crisp, blur-free stills and video. Up-and-down and left-right tremors are corrected independently for smooth, stable results – even if you’re walking along, zoomed in, or holding the camera at arm’s length when shots can get wobbly.

Capture breathtaking, all-encompassing views with 360 Sweep Panorama.
Capture breathtaking, all-encompassing views with 360 Sweep Panorama.
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Sunsets to close-ups, iAuto selects the ideal settings for every shot.
Sunsets to close-ups, iAuto selects the ideal settings for every shot.
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Share the Fun with Built-in Wi-Fi

On-board Wi-Fi lets you send photos and videos right to your smartphone or tablet for easy viewing and sharing, with no cables needed.

View still images stored in your camera wirelessly on a networked TV -- it's a great way to re-live the memories when you're back from a trip away. Back-up photos and videos straight from your camera to a PC with easy PlayMemories Home software. You can even use your smartphone as a handy wireless remote to control the camera -- great for self-portraits and group shots when you want to be in on the action.

Experience the Whole Picture

It's easy to grab breathtaking views of landscapes, mountain ranges or bustling city scenes. The Cyber-shot WX200 with 360 Sweep Panorama stitches together a high-speed burst of frames when you sweep the camera from side to side (or up and down) to create one full panoramic image. You can even shoot 360-degree panoramas that literally capture the whole scene.

Let your Camera Choose the Right Settings

Not sure which settings are best for that moody portrait or sun-drenched beach scene? Relax and let your camera do the hard work. Intelligent AUTO recognises different types of scene -- from twilight portraits to landscapes and close-ups -- adjusting everything automatically so you easily get the results you want, no fuss. Superior AUTO even detects if someone’s moving in the scene, picking just the right settings to cut blur in any lighting conditions, daylight or dusk.

Box Contains

Wrist strap
Micro USB cable
AC adaptor
Manual
Rechargeable battery

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38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By hungryhippo on 8 Jan. 2014
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I struggled for a while with a few choices before narrowing it down to either the Lumix DMC-SZ3EBK or the Sony, choosing the Sony mainly on the strength of its size, video quality and the fact that it has a CMOS sensor. As luck would have it, a friend recently purchased the Lumix (which is slightly cheaper) and i have had the opportunity to shoot a few hundred photos through both of them under the exact same conditions and of the same subjects. While the Lumix has a slightly crisper lens in bright lighting, the Sony wins in almost every other comparison of features. In low light conditions it is vastly superior (no surprise there), the auto-focus is faster, the battery life is superior, the video is better, the audio is better and more importantly it is much, much smaller. There isn't much to say about this camera that is negative. If I had to find fault I would say that the faceplate of the camera body does have a slightly cheap, plastic feel to it, but who cares? The only other fault I have noticed is that the auto-focus occasionally gets things badly wrong (what compact doesn't?), no problem for someone like myself who tends to take 10 shots instead of 1 (isn't that the big bonus of digital photography?). The size of the camera is quite amazing given the features packed into it; a true slip-it-in-your-top-pocket camera that delivers at an outstanding level. I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a top quality, small point and shoot compact.
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109 of 110 people found the following review helpful By Traffic TOP 500 REVIEWER on 17 Aug. 2013
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I was in need of a compact point and shoot camera as I gave my previous cybershot away to my sister and was only left with my Nikon DSLR. While there is no compact camera that can compete with the image quality of a modern DSLR they can still come in handy when it's not feasible to lug around a large bodied camera.
After reading many reviews I narrowed my choice down to the Sony Cybershot WX200 or the more expensive Panasonic Lumix TZ40. I could not decide so I bought both and was very surprised to see there was a big difference in image quality.
In all test photo's I took from both cameras the Sony cybershot was noticeably sharper in both outdoor/bright conditions as well as low light conditions. I was not expecting this as the Lumix is being marketed to be the higher end compact.
Needless to say I returned the Panasonic Lumix camera.

Pros:
Ultra compact- Seriously this thing is tiny. It will fit in any pocket!
Weight- without a doubt the lightest camera I've ever held.
Image quality- Very sharp even in low light it holds up very well.
x10 optical zoom, It's amazing how sony managed to fit this focal length into such a small body!
Video- Full HD in both AVCHD and MP4 format.

Cons:
Even though the body is quite solid it does feel a little plasticky compared to my previous Cybershot WSC-W300.
In certain lighting conditions the color balance can be a bit off and over saturated. This is also something I found in the Panasonic lumix., just a minor niggle and not really a deal breaker.

This camera is quite remarkable considering it's size. Sony have not sacrificed image quality to achieve this as it easily out performs some of the higher end compact cameras around.

Buy it and you won't be disappointed.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By P. Harper on 13 Jan. 2014
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Still getting to grips with the camera but so far performing brilliantly as a point and shoot. We have a Digital SLR but the photo quality is as good here and so much easier to carry around. Great feature is that you can be shooting video and can capture stills as you are recording. Comfortably a 5 star product at the price.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Traffic TOP 500 REVIEWER on 17 Aug. 2013
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I was in need of a compact point and shoot camera as I gave my previous cybershot away to my sister and was only left with my Nikon DSLR. While there is no compact camera that can compete with the image quality of a modern DSLR they can still come in handy when it's not feasible to lug around a large bodied camera.
After reading many reviews I narrowed my choice down to the Sony Cybershot WX200 or the more expensive Panasonic Lumix TZ40. I could not decide so I bought both and was very surprised to see there was a big difference in image quality.
In all test photo's I took from both cameras the Sony cybershot was noticeably sharper in both outdoor/bright conditions as well as low light conditions. I was not expecting this as the Lumix is being marketed to be the higher end compact.
Needless to say I returned the Panasonic Lumix camera.

Pros:
Ultra compact- Seriously this thing is tiny. It will fit in any pocket!
Weight- without a doubt the lightest camera I've ever held.
Image quality- Very sharp even in low light it holds up very well.
x10 optical zoom, It's amazing how sony managed to fit this focal length into such a small body!
Video- Full HD in both AVCHD and MP4 format.

Cons:
Even though the body is quite solid it does feel a little plasticky compared to my previous Cybershot WSC-W300.
In certain lighting conditions the color balance can be a bit off and over saturated. This is also something I found in the Panasonic lumix., just a minor niggle and not really a deal breaker.

This camera is quite remarkable considering it's size. Sony have not sacrificed image quality to achieve this as it easily out performs some of the higher end compacts cameras around.

Buy it and you won't be disappointed.
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