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Sony Mavica CD350 Review

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Pleasing photos; instant archiving on a mini CD; uncommon 640×480-pixel video resolution; many adjustable image-quality parameters.

Specifications

More information:   Announced 24-Feb-03
Max resolution  :    2048 x 1536
Low resolution :     1632 x 1224, 1280 x 960, 640 x 480
Image ratio w:h  :    4:3, 3:2
Effective pixels :     3.1 million
Sensor photo detectors :     3.3 million
Sensor size :     1/2.7 ” (5.27 x 3.96 mm)
Sensor type :     CCD
Colour filter array :     RGB
Sensor manufacturer :     Sony
ISO rating :     Auto, 100, 200, 400
Zoom wide (W):      41 mm
Zoom tele (T) :     123 mm (3 x)
Digital zoom :     Yes, 3.2 x (VGA)
Image stabilization :     No
Auto Focus  :    Yes
Manual Focus  :    Yes, 5 steps
Auto focus type:      Multi-point 3 area
Normal focus range :     50 cm
Macro focus range :     10 cm
White balance override :     5 positions
Aperture range :     F3.8 / F8.0
Min shutter :     1 sec
Max shutter  :    1/1000 sec
Built-in Flash :      Yes
Flash guide no. :      2.5 m (8.2 ft) 5 m
External flash  :     No
Flash modes  :     Auto, On, Off, Slow
Exposure compensation :      -2 EV to +2 EV in 1/3 EV Steps
Metering  :     Multi-Segment, Spot
Aperture priority  :     No
Shutter priority   :    No
Focal length multiplier
Lens thread :      37 mm
Continuous Drive  :     Yes, 2 images
Movie Clips :      Yes, MPEG VX (VGA, 16 fps, unlimited)
Remote control  :     No
Tripod mount  :     Yes
Self-timer  :     10 sec
Timelapse recording  :     No
Orientation sensor :      No
Storage types :      CD-R, CD-RW (8 cm)
Storage included  :     1 x 8 cm CD-R, 1 x CD-RW
Uncompressed format :      TIFF
Compressed format :      JPEG (EXIF 2.2)
Quality Levels :      Fine, Standard
Viewfinder  :     No
LCD  :     2.5 ”
LCD Pixels :      123,000
Video out :      Yes
USB :      Yes, 2.0
Firewire (IEEE 1394) :      No
Battery / Charger  :     Yes
Battery  :     InfoLithium (NP-FM50) & charger
Weight (inc. batteries)   :    522 g (18.4 oz)
Dimensions  :     132 x 92 x 74 mm (5.2 x 3.6 x 2.9 in)

Review

Though the CD350 takes good photos with little trouble, you pay for its mini CD media in size and weight.

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