i bought this camera to replace my original DC-W560 that disappered from our car I love the picture quality it takes and the color balance is awesome. All in all I highly recommend this camera if you are in the market to buy one.
About This Item
Sony DSC-W830/B Digital Camera:
- 20.1 megapixel resolution with high-quality still images and video recordings
The Sony digital camera features Panorama mode with 720p HD Movie Recording, Face Detection Technology, Optical SteadyShot Image Stabilization and Blink Detection
- Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar zoom lens with 8x optical/32x digital zoom
Equivalent to a 25-200mm lens on an analog camera with Multi-point AF, Center-weighted AF, Spot AF, Glass Lens
- 2.7" Clear Photo LCD screen with image editing features
Featuring Brightness Adjustment, Graphical User Interface, color LCD screen
- The black digital camera and 8x optical zoom has built-in flash with Auto On/Off, Advanced Flash and Slow-Sync Flash
- 1 Memory Stick Duo/SD/SDHX/SDXC memory card slot (memory card not included)
- The black digital camera and 8x optical zoom uses a rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery
- ISO Modes: Auto, 3200, 1600, 800, 400, 200, 100, 80
- File Formats Supported: JPEG, MP4
- 3.75" x 2.125" x 0.9"; 3.7 oz
Compatibility and Warranty:
- The Sony DSC-W830 B Digital Camera with 20.1 megapixels is compatible with PC or Mac
- 1-year limited manufacturer warranty
What's in the Box:
- Sony DSC-W830/B Digital Camera
- Battery, AC adapter and multi-USB cable
- Wrist strap
- Instruction manual
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Face Detection, Image Stabilization, High Definition Video, Burst Mode
|Manufacturer Part Number|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
3.75 x 2.12 x 0.91 Inches
Manuals & Guides
I'm still in love wit my panoramic camera!!!!!
It took me a while to figure out how to shoot panoramic photos. But once I did, no one could stop me. I took some of the most beautiful scenic shots ever....all up in Canada, some on the water, and some just of the mountains. Best to have a friend who is familiar with shooting panoramic to get some start-up tutoring!! But that's just me. At 71 years young, I think I am doing just fine as a photographer, albeit novice, but everyone seems to like my photos!!!
Awesome and compact
I got this from son and his wife as a Christmas present. My other camera was destroyed in my truck when it caught on fire. That camera was too complicated and I seldom used it this wonderful compact fit in your pocket camera is perfect for me, it takes the most wonderful pictures and it guides you to take the best shot. I would highly recommend this to anyone from 10 to 80. I actually brag about this compact camera to anyone who is willing to listen.
so smart this little camera ! i do love using it, there are tons of action's i still have not used, im kinda stuck on "easy shot" the camera does all the work for you ! i also live the video part, easy to read, the only thing im not crazy about is the very very short cord from your computer to the camera to up load...its way short..thats why i gave 4 stars, i would even purchase one, but had no luck on doing so...
Light weight, tiny, but packed with features
Been looking to replace an older digital point and shoot camera. The Sony W830 optical zoom is packed with features. It is so tiny you can easily carry this in you pocket, it's smaller than most cell phones. Thought this feature was going to be it's down fall, however that is not the case. So far this camera has performed like a little dynamo. Got to love that! This is my first Sony point and shoot. So far so good!
Excellent value; good spare camera
I purchased this camera because it was very compact, yet had an excellent Zeiss lense and 20.1 mp. I like to have a pocket camera handy while traveling to catch photos when my Nikon DSLR is not at hand. The quality of the Sony images is almost as good as my 5 year old Nikons. When I dropped and damaged my DSLR on a trip. I was glad to have this one to capture photos for the rest of the cruise
Meh. It takes decent photos, nothing spectacular. Biggest complaint is short battery life. I mainly take photos when I'm traveling abroad. This means I'm out sightseeing for ~6 hours at a time and this camera just doesn't cut it. My old Fuji Finepix handles this time frame with aplomb. Pros: it's light, most of the presets work just fine, quick power up, controls are intuitive. Cons: battery life is short, power on button can be hard to find sometimes, photo quality is just OK, colors seem washed out.
My brother bought the Sony camera for me. It's a good camera but not perfect. You can use your Sony Camera to upload photos on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. You can upload videos on Facebook and YouTube but I'm disappointed I couldn't use my Sony camera to upload videos at Twitter. I could only use my Sony camera to upload photos at Twitter. If you can use your Sony camera to upload photos at Facebook and Twitter than I'm sure it works fine for Instagram too but I wouldn't know! I also don't like the fact that I need to have Play Memories to upload photos and videos into my computer. I can't upload photos and videos into my computer without using Play Memories, so I think my Sony camera is a good camera but it's not perfect, so I'm giving Sony at three!
Sony DSC W830 camera
The button to press for taking a photo is very difficult to use. I can't tell when it is half depressed to get the focus. Many vacation pics were out of focus because of the recess button. I still have the camera but bought new Sony with elevated button. I would never buy this camera again until Sony resolves this issue.
I have another Sony Cyber-shot and love it, but I wanted something I was less concerned about damaging so I could get quick pictures of my kids. However, this camera is awful. It takes longer to focus and to process pictures than my phone, so it completely defeats the purpose of having an actual camera. Taking pictures of children, almost every pictures comes out blurry or misses the moment. I thought with technology today a real camera, even a cheap one, would be better than that. At this point, I am frustrated and going to have to try and sell (or more likely, give away) this product and get a better one.
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