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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H3 'superzoom' camera

Is it a compact? Is it a DSLR? No, it's a 'superzoom'

Secure remote control for conventional and virtual desktops

Sample shots

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The continuous or burst mode lets you take up to 100 shots at 2s intervals
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This shot from one end of Tottenham Court Road shows the Euston Tower block in the distance using the wide-angle setting
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The same shot but this time using the 10x zoom to the max (focal length 63mm). See how much closer to the action this camera can take you
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Colour reproduction was good. This shot was taken with a shutter speed of 1/800s, ISO 125, F4.0
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We were impressed with the sharp images: this was taken with a 1/50 shutter speed, ISO 125, F3.5
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This shot (taken through a train window) shows how the Twilight mode can be used to produce atmospheric shots at dusk
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