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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 Compact camera 10.3MP CCD 3888 x 2592pixels Black compact camera

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Long product name Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 Compact camera 10.3MP CCD 3888 x 2592pixels Black compact camera :
The short editorial description of Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 Compact camera 10.3MP CCD 3888 x 2592pixels Black compact camera

DSC-R1 - The Sony Cyber-shot R1 - The World’s first digital still camera that combines a large 10.3 effective Megapixel CMOS sensor, and a high quality 24-120mm (35mm) ZEISS zoom lens in the same body, allowing ‘live’ viewing with the free-angle LCD screen. High-class image quality at an affordable price.

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 Compact camera 10.3MP CCD 3888 x 2592pixels Black compact camera:
The official marketing text of Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 Compact camera 10.3MP CCD 3888 x 2592pixels Black compact camera as supplied by the manufacturer
Large Sized 10.3 Effective Megapixel CMOS
24-120mm Carl Zeiss® Vario-Sonnar T* ® Lens
High MTF Performance
2.0" LCD for Free Angle Shooting
Dual Slot for Memory Stick ™ and Compact Flash ™ (typeI/II), Microdrive
High Sensitivity ISO3200 for blur-free images
Clear RAW NR (Noise Reduction)
Up to 15x Smart Zoom, 10x Precision Digital Zoom
Real Time Preview
Stamina Battery Life (approx 500 shots by CIPA standard)
Quick Operation (Start-up 0.68 sec, Shutter Time Lag 0.29 sec, Shutter Release Lag 0.0075 sec)
RAW Data Recording
Real Imaging Processor
3 Colour Reproduction Modes (Standard/Vivid/AdobeRGB)
Advancved Gradation Control System (AGCS)
Flexible Spot AF
High Speed Burst 3.0fps
RGB Histogram
Real Time Histogram
Zebra Display (White-out Alert)
100% Finder Coverage
Aperture/Shutter Priority and Manual Exposure Mode
Manual Focus Ring
Manual Zoom Ring with Flexible Expanded Display
Dual Command Dial Operation
Time (Bulb) Shooting
Conversion Lens Compatible (Optional)
Advanced Accy Shoe
AF Illuminator
USB 2.0 High Speed Transfer
Scene Selection Mode
PictBridge Compatible
15 Menu Languages (English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Russian, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, Polish, Hungarian, Czech)
Short summary description Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 Compact camera 10.3MP CCD 3888 x 2592pixels Black compact camera:
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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1, 10.3 MP, 3888 x 2592 pixels, CCD, 5x, 32.8 oz (929 g), Black
Long summary description Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 Compact camera 10.3MP CCD 3888 x 2592pixels Black compact camera :

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1. Camera type: Compact camera, Megapixel: 10.3 MP, Sensor type: CCD, Maximum image resolution: 3888 x 2592 pixels. Optical zoom: 5x, Digital zoom: 10x, Focal length range (f-f): 0.563 - 2.81" (14.3 - 71.5 mm). Maximum video resolution: 640 x 480 pixels. Display diagonal: 2". Weight: 32.8 oz (929 g). Color of product: Black

This is an auto-generated long summary of Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 Compact camera 10.3MP CCD 3888 x 2592pixels Black compact camera based on the first three specs of the first five spec groups.
Picture quality
Camera type *
Compact camera
Megapixel *
10.3 MP
Sensor type *
Maximum image resolution *
3888 x 2592 pixels
Lens system
Optical zoom *
Digital zoom *
Focal length range (f-f)
0.563 - 2.81" (14.3 - 71.5 mm)
Filter size
2.64" (6.7 cm)
Light exposure
ISO sensitivity *
100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, Auto
Flash modes *
Auto, Red-eye reduction
Video recording *
Maximum video resolution *
640 x 480 pixels
Motion JPEG frame rate
30 fps
Compatible memory cards *
CF, Memory Stick (MS), microdrive, ms pro
Display *
Display diagonal *
Ports & interfaces
I/O ports
Video Out Digital I/O (USB) USB 2.0 Hi-Speed Accessory Terminal
Playback zoom (max)
Battery type
Color of product *
Weight & dimensions
Width *
5.49" (139.4 mm)
Depth *
6.14" (156 mm)
Height *
3.85" (97.7 mm)
Weight *
32.8 oz (929 g)
Packaging content
Bundled software
Picture Package, PIXELA ImageMixer, Image Data Converter SR, USB Driver
Other features
Video capability
Lens system
Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T
Camera shutter speed
Auto: 1/8-1/2000; Priority: 30-1/2000; Manual: 30-1/2000, 180(Time)
Focal length (35mm film equivalent)
0.945 - 4.72" (24 - 120 mm)
Digital SLR
Camera CCD sensor
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Testseek has collected 38 expert reviews for Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 and the average expert rating is 79 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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Sonys Cybershot DSC-R1 is the companys first high-end all-in-one camera since the DSC-F828 back in August 2003. The F828, despite coming from a strong line of predecessors and sporting excellent design and features, infamously suffered from pronounc...
Good Excellent quality lens with useful range, Large sensor for all-in-one body, High resolution beats 6 and 8 Mpixel D-SLRs, Flexible 2in display...
Bad Noise not as low as we hoped above 400 ISO, Harder to manually focus than D-SLRs, Tiny three frame buffer, No movie mode...
Bottom line The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 is a unique digital camera which not only redefines the all-in-one category, but questions whether you really need a digital SLR. One of the greatest advantages digital SLRs always had over all-in-one models was a larger sens...
Let it be clear that the Sony Cybershot DSC-R1 is an extraordinary camera indeed. This doesnt just limit itself to the design, but also covers the optics. The fact that the Sony R1 is equipped with a Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* lens greatly attributes...
The Sony R1 is a very difficult camera to rate. In essence, it is a fixed lens digital camera, one with a larger than normal sensor and an unusual design. Nevertheless, it mostly has advantages and disadvantages normally found on fixed lens digital ca...
Delivers top-notch image quality, but the autofocus behaved unpredictably, the zoom range is limited, and the price is high.
SummaryPros: Exceptional image quality; 10-megapixel resolution; has many features in common with digital SLRs; great wide-angle view; rotating LCD; menu options are easily accessible. Cons: Expensive; bulky; quirky menus; requires two hands to access...
Good Exceptional image quality; 10-megapixel resolution; has many features in common with digital SLRs; great wide-angle view; rotating LCD; menu options are easily accessible.
Bad Expensive; bulky; quirky menus; requires two hands to access some settings; lacks image stabilization; lacks voice annotation; lacks a movie mode; lacks scene options.
Bottom line If you can live without changing lenses, the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 makes a versatile alternative to a digital SLR—albeit at a DSLR price. You’ll get great image quality and wide-angle capability. However, you’ll lose out if typica...
For the first time, a Sony camera—the 10.3-megapixel Cyber-shot DSC-R1 ($999.95 list)—is using the large CMOS sensor the company developed in-house. (In the past, Sony manufactured the sensors strictly for sale, making them available only to D...
Good Excellent picture quality. Lots of external controls and options. Wide-angle end of the zoom gives you a wide 24mm view.
Bad Very expensive. Quite heavy and bulky. Slow performance. No video capabilities.
Bottom line The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 has a striking design, incorporates innovative features, and takes great pictures, but all that still cant justify such a high price...
Sonys latest top of the line Cyber-shot camera, the R1 is encased in a black, body, and is the first to use Sonys new 10.3-megapixel CMOS imager. Its also the first "APS-C imager" digital camera to offer live preview. The R1 features a Carl Zeiss T*...
The exterior of the DSC-R1 is covered in a tough polycarbonate-type black plastic with a granite texture, covering a metallic skeleton whose presence is betrayed by the relatively heavy weight of the R1 (approximately 1 kilo or 2.2 lbs).
The Sony option Recommended kit: Sony CyberShot DSC-R1 (RM3,999) VCL-DEH17R 1.7x telephoto conversion lens (RM1,419) VCL-DEH08R 0.8x wide conversion lens (RM1,419) HVL-F32X flash (RM719) Total cost: RM7,885 Optional purchases: VCL-M3367 macro lens (...
The Sony DSC-R1 made news as the first all-in-one camera with a DSLR-sized sensor and a gorgeous, Zeiss-labeled zoom lens fixed to the camera body. The R1 lists for just a nickel under $1000, but based on the specs ? 10 megapixel 21.5 x 14.4mm CMOS sen...
Quite large/hefty for a prosumer camera because of the oversized sensor and lens barrel, the DSC-R1 is wider and taller than an EOS Digital Rebel. It feels rugged, with excellent fit and finish. The swiveling/tilting 2? LCD monitor is mounted on the to...
The Sony DSC-R1 has the potential to be our camera of the year.
At a recent technology conference, an executive from an electronics company was waxing snarky about her rivals. "And then theres Sony," she said in a conversation cluster between seminars. "Their approach is to bring to market every product they dream...
Sony DSC-R1 First Impressions Its the Sensor Size – Stupid Part of American political folklore, and now of popular rhetoric as well, is the phrase – “It’s the economy, stupid.” It was made famous by political strategist Jame...
This review has been completed using a production-level DSC-R1. Product photos have been reshot where necessary, and all sample photos are from the production camera. The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 ($999) is arguably one of the biggest revolutions i...
In August 2003 Sony revealed the latest in a long line of split body swivel design prosumer digital cameras, the eight megapixel DSC-F828. Two long years have passed and its time for the new Sony prosumer digital camera; the unique and radical Cyber...
Good Superb 24 - 120 mm F2.8 - F4.8 lens is worth the $999 alone, Good resolution, a slight advantage over the EOS 350D (not as much as we would like), Vivid, pleasing color response, although may not be to everyones taste, Low noise levels up to ISO 400, usab...
Bad In-camera image processor not making most of captured data (demosaicing, sharpening), Odd LCD location either difficult to get used to or a serious limitation (user dependent), Electronic Viewfinder is no substitute for an optical TTL viewfinder, Ridiculo...
Bottom line Ill start as I shall no doubt finish this little piece of editorial, the lens is worth the price of the DSC-R1 alone. That fact is not to be underestimated, its a great lens which provides you with a very useful 24 - 120 mm zoom range (which will be...
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