Jun 9, 2005

Sony DSC-S90 Digital Camera Review

The Sony Cybershot DSC-S90 sports a 2.5-inch LCD, a 3x zoom lenses (39 - 117 mm equiv), seven scene modes, with PictBridge-compatibility and a 32 MB internal memory. The Sony S90 - like the Canon PowerShot A520 and a brace of other competitors - offers little that you couldn't expect from a camera two or even three years ago, but it does so at a price point that places it firmly at the 'entry-level' end of the market.
Sony DSC-S90 Digital Camera Review

The Imaging Resource have reviewed this camera and had this to say about it-
"The Cyber-shot DSC-S90 is an easy-to-use but very capable offering from Sony, with a 4.1-megapixel CCD, 32 megabytes of internal memory, and a nice range of exposure options. The S90 provides more manual exposure control than most compact entry-level models permit, yet is easy to use in full-auto mode, and its seven preprogrammed scene modes help with tricky subjects. The large 2.5-inch color LCD monitor is excellent for framing and reviewing shots, and the overall design and layout of the S90 is user-friendly and hassle-free. It's biggest strength though, is its very fast shutter response and good shot to shot speed: The DSC-S90 would be an excellent choice for shots of active children or sports action. All in all, if you're looking for a great "take anywhere" camera with great versatility and excellent color and tonality, the Sony DSC-S90 deserves strong consideration."

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