Picture quality and shooting performance

In automatic mode, the Cyber-shot DSC-WX7 generally able to capture a good image to the exact exposure, and it handles low light very well thanks to good performance at high sensitivity.

Photos of the Cyber-shot DSC-WX7 is likely to make 6x4in or A4 prints. But when you look at the images at a magnification of 100 percent on a computer screen or a print A3 or more, you can see the noise reduction with a heavy hand, used in image processing WX7 DSC. Shut up, look at the edges of poor quality and the whole picture may tend to look grainy.
Photos taken between the base of ISO 100 to ISO 400 and have a good level of detail, mainly because only low levels of noise reduction applied. ISO 800 to a maximum of 3200 ISO, noise reduction are increasingly applied and fine image detail is lost.

The video quality is one of the best we've seen from a compact digital camera. The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX7 shoots 1080i video - to view the recorded video files in AVCHD Full HD screen or television, it is easy to see the fine details and the interlacing is not noticeable, unless you are moving the pan camera around too much or too fast.rate of Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX7 lithium ion 320 shots. From a fully charged battery, we managed to get 280 hits acceptable.

One of the areas a bit confusing, is the slow start and pistol shooting performance. The camera takes about two seconds in the beginning, or twice the time it takes to turn the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5. Unless you're in continuous shooting mode that can capture 10 images in rapid succession, the time of shooting is shooting a disappointing 1.4 seconds.

The 5x Carl Zeiss lens is great at the widest angle 25mm F2.6 zoom and quick. The images are sharp in the frame, and there is a good level of detail and 5cm macro range, it is easy to capture close-ups. Maximum zoom zoom has a huge disadvantage - the smallest aperture is f6.3, which is one of the slowest minimum openings, full zoom we've seen on a compact camera. For comparison, a minimum opening CX5 Ricoh f5.6 at the end of its 10x zoom. This slow opening minimum means that the camera has to raise the ISO to compensate for less light hitting the sensor, making pictures grainy and soft.

Design, interface and features

Cyber-shot DSC-WX7 is considerably thinner than the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5 and Canon PowerShot S95. It lacks any of the projection of the cameras, making it somewhat less favorable to maintain, but easier to fit in a pocket.

The camera back is dominated by the 2.8 inch LCD with 460k pixel resolution. It is clear and vibrant with great color saturation, as we have come to expect from compact cameras from Sony. Next to the blank screen, you can find the DSC WX7 buttons including a scroll wheel that doubles as a call to five lanes, and a way to switch between photos and video and panoramas.

The layout of controls is not catastrophic - with a little practice you will be able to navigate the menus and learn the location of the options - but it makes manual operation more complicated than using a camera as the PowerShot S95.

As for features, the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX7 not stand out from the competition mid-level Panasonic and Canon. It has the ability to take 2D and 3D views and automatically assemble - a nice novelty, but we do not think you need it very often. The choice of 33 scene modes should keep fans snap happy, happy, and the method of "Superior Auto" that frame three photos and a composite image quality is useful for taking pictures in low light or contrast high.

Conclusion

The low yields of a maximum zoom is our main concern with the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX7. If you usually shoot wide angle, the DSC-WX7 is an excellent choice. The point of the pain of others is excessive processing apparatus for noise reduction, thus depriving the details and facts show complete resolution of a horrible experience.

If you're an amateur photographer looking for a tiny camera, which generally requires high quality images, the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX7 one to consider.

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