Sony DSC W810. The younger sister of the W830 who maintain the overall design but, of course, their performances do not reach the same level. Let’s look at the basic differences.
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The sensor is exactly the same as the DSC-W830, the Super HAD CCD ™ type 1 / 2.3 “with a resolution of 20.1 MP that captures every detail. In the case of the 810 the lens is not ZEISS But Sony and has a 6x optical zoom instead of 8. Still we can enjoy great detail quality and very real colors.
As we have already indicated at the beginning of the entry, the design is practically the same as unlike some details. At the rear we find the 2.7 “LCD monitor and 4: 3 ratio. We can adjust the brightness in a range of five levels from bright to dark.
It has EIS to avoid moved photos and differs from the W830 in that it does not have a gyroscope. The ISO loses some level and goes from 100 to 800 instead of 250-1250.
It has the 360 ° panoramic mode so you can capture a complete scene in a single burst of captures. It also features SteadyShot technology to compensate for the camera’s vibration and to be able to use the zoom with better results.
It allows us to record videos in high definition but without reaching Full HD. Something normal considering that the W830 does not allow it and this is a more “humble” camera.
Finally, we stayed with Fiesta Mode. In this mode, the camera combines the advanced ISO flash, exposure time and color intensity for best shots with low light and movement. The perfect mood for a night out and people can not stop dancing.