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Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-WX500 Wi-Fi Digital Camera (Black)

Item# SPM10145321920 | Model# DSCWX500-B | Added on October 26, 2016 |
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Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-WX500 Wi-Fi Digital Camera (Black)
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Item IncludesSony Cyber-Shot DSC-WX500 Wi-Fi Digital Camera (Black) NP-BX1 Li-ion Battery AC Adapter Micro USB Cable Wrist Strap AC Power Code Instruction Manual

Shoot your best -- look even better.

Meet the new Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-WX500 Wi-Fi Digital Camera -- the worlds smallest camera to contain the far-reaching performance of a ZEISS 30x optical zoom lens. With so much creative capability at hand to shoot for fun, youll capture more star quality in every image. The ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T lens extends a legacy of high-precision optics to capture clear, sharp, undegraded images throughout a 24-720mm range. A 180-degree tiltable LCD monitor makes it simple to see how you look in the frame, allowing you to improve your selfie, and take it easily, too. A back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor with 18.2 effective megapixels takes in more light for greater detail in every shot. Photo Creativity mode lets you alter the appearance of stills and movies with simple, intuitive changes to settings for brightness, color, vividness and Picture Effect. An improved spatial object detection algorithm realizes a more optimal and accurate lens drive to make AF even faster, for capturing more fleeting moments with ease. Use built-in NFC / Wi-Fi capability to send photos and movies from your camera to other mobile devices. Plus, you can use a smartphone to control exposure, release shutter and receive photos.

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