Sony DSCS85 CyberShot 4.1MP Digital Still Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom

October 27, 2015 - Comment

2x high speed 3.5″ floppy disc drive, disc can transfer images to your computer, 10x optical zoom lens, VGA resolution, progressive scan CCD, 2.5″ color LCD w/brightness control, manual exposure, one charge takes up to 950 shots, includes lithium battery and charger More Camera Suggestions For You HANGRUI Kids Camera, 20.0 MP HD 1080P Video

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2x high speed 3.5″ floppy disc drive, disc can transfer images to your computer, 10x optical zoom lens, VGA resolution, progressive scan CCD, 2.5″ color LCD w/brightness control, manual exposure, one charge takes up to 950 shots, includes lithium battery and charger

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Miguel Garcia-Guzman says:

Impresive quality for the price I have been a 35mm film amateur photographer for many years. I have always used Nikon equipment and I value to control the camera myself for maximal creativity. I waited till now to try a digital camera, what I did two weeks ago buying the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S85 camera. These are my impressions when I compare it with classical 35 mm film and my reflex Nikon camera: 

Matt Jachyra says:

As good as it gets… I looked around to pick a good digital camera. I had a few things in mind that I wanted but I could never find a right all together piece. I think that Sony was the best compromise in terms of features, size and durability. I shoot a lot of film and a lot of times I really don’t have to, since the pictures don’t go further than web. Using S85 saved me on processing cost, time and gave me more options as far as manipulation of the images go. Since my original purchase was to ease the load and…

Michael K. Smith says:

An excellent camera for the non-expert (and up) I’ve never owned a digital camera, nor am I anything but an extremely amateur photographer, but our first grandchild was coming, so I began doing a lot of research in consumer’s magazines and at technical review websites. I narrowed the choice down to three cameras: The Sony S85, the Olympus C4000, and the Nikon CoolPix 4300, all of them 4 megapixels. After playing around with all three models, I finally went with the Sony S85 — and I have not been disappointed. It’s both simple enough for a…

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