The Sony Cyber-Shot W690 is capable of capturing lots of detail with its 16 million pixels sensor.
A 10x optical zoom is housed in the Sony Cyber-Shot W690's slim body. At the top you can see an image shot at the widest angle (25mm equivalent), while the second image shows the full zoom capability (250mm equivalent).
Colours from the Sony Cyber-Shot W690 are bright and vibrant, without being over the top.
An image created with the Sweep Panorama mode. If you view it at 100% you can see the low resolution of the image.
Focusing is quick and accurate. Although focus points can't be selected manually, the camera does a good job of choosing the most accurate place to focus.
Images shot at the mid-range sensitivities, such as this image shot at ISO 400, show a good level of noise control, without too much evidence of smoothing.
Multi metering does a good job of providing the correct exposure, even in mixed lighting conditions.
Another image that shows the amount of detail captured by the Sony Cyber-Shot W690. Automatic white balance has also performed well here.
Macro focusing is available from as close as 5cm, making it a good option for shooting close-up images.
Partial colour shoots an image in monochrome, with one colour (you can choose from red, green, blue or yellow, highlighted. Here we've selected red.
Toy Camera mode aims to replicate the appearance of a cheap, plastic camera by distorting colours and adding a vignette around the edge of the frame. This is Toy Colour Normal.
Several variations are available on Toy Camera - this is Cool.
Another variation, this is Toy Camera Warm.
Toy Camera Green.
Toy Camera Magenta.
Pop Colour is another Picture Effect, which emphasises colour tones to produce a bold image.