Sony has unveiled the Cyber-shot H200 digital camera, featuring 26x Optical zoom, 22.3 mm wide angle focal length and a 20.1 megapixel sensor
Sony has used CES to showcase its 2013 line of cameras, with the Cyber-Shot DSC-H200 being positioned at the top of that line. While it may look like a DSLR, this is simply a point and shoot, but that doesn’t mean it can’t pack a punch.
While the lens cannot be changed, it does come with a 26x Optical zoom, a 22.3 mm wide angle focal length, SteadyShot optical stabilisation and a 20.1 megapixel sensor. It all adds up to what should be a camera that produces good quality shots. If you fancy a bit of filming as well then the H200 can record video at 720p HD.
On the rear there is a 3-inch LCD, as well as a four position toggle for navigation. As is customary with cameras these days, a variety of shooting modes are built in, including Intelligent Auto, panorama and scene modes and if you’re capturing quick movement there is a burst mode which captures a shot every 0.8 seconds.
Sony have yet to announce when this camera will be shipping, however they have given it a fairly competitive $249 price tag.