The Sony SSM300 camera is a compact digital SLR camera with a built-in lens that allows it to capture a high-resolution digital image.
It has a focal length of 1.5 meters, a maximum aperture of f/2.0 and an effective aperture of 100mm.
It is available in a wide range of focal lengths from 30mm to 35mm, including 30mm and 35mm zooms, and an 11x15mm zoom.
The Sony camera is also compatible with film cameras, so you can record footage from film-based cameras with its film sensor.
The sensor is also waterproof, meaning it can be submerged in a pool or a shallow water tank.
The camera has a maximum ISO sensitivity of ISO 400.
However, you can also shoot photos at up to ISO 3200, or up to 1,200, if you shoot at a slow shutter speed.
A special feature of the Sony camera sensor is that it is a 1.75μm (0.13 in) diaphragm that can be adjusted from the menu.
This allows you to control the size of the aperture and shutter speed, as well as the amount of light that enters the sensor.
This means that the camera can record very bright images that can make for very challenging subject-based photography.
It can also be used to capture images of landscapes and wildlife.
The SMA400 sensor, the SMA3200 sensor, and the SSM3000 sensor all have the same sensor size.
Sony’s SMA3000 sensor is an upgrade from the SMP100, which was originally developed for use with Sony’s flagship SLR cameras, the A6000 and A7000.
In the Sony A7 series, the sensor has been extended to the sensor sizes of the A7S, A7R, A5500 and A60.
The A6500 and the A65S have also been upgraded.
The Sony A8000 sensor has become the world’s smallest digital SLRs sensor to date.
It measures only 0.7×0.7mm.
Unlike the older A6000 sensor, this new sensor is designed for higher resolution than the previous A6000, which only recorded images at a resolution of 640×480 pixels.
This makes the new sensor much larger than the A6200, which is the only sensor in this class to record at 1280×720 pixels.
The new sensor has a sensor size of 1×1.1mm, and has a max ISO sensitivity up to 2,200.
The aperture range is f/4.5-5.6, which has a range of 1-10.
It also has a standard ISO range of ISO 100 to ISO 200.
It will be interesting to see if Sony can extend the resolution to the A8000’s 2x1mm aperture, as it is the fastest digital SLr sensor currently available.
The larger sensor also means that it will be easier for the user to get a good photo from the camera, as the camera will be able to shoot at higher ISO values.
The size of this sensor also has the benefit of making it much easier for users to compose a shot from the lens.
Sony’s SMP21 camera sensor has only been available in Japan, and it was the first digital SL riser to hit the market, but the camera is available worldwide, including in the US and the UK.
It uses the same camera sensor as the SPM1100 sensor, but has been upgraded with a larger sensor, so it can record photos at ISO 100 and up to 12,800.
It’s the world the most popular digital SL camera in terms of market share.
The sensors are compatible with all of Sony’s cameras, and they are also compatible for many other cameras, including some Sony cameras from the past, such as the A5 and A65.
There is a wide array of sensors available for the Sony D800E, D800L, D1000, D3000, D50 and D100, so the camera sensor can be used with a variety of different cameras.
The cameras can be set to record with up to 8fps (3fps video), and up by up to 24fps (30fps video).
The sensor can also record at up by 1.3 megapixels, which means it can produce images at up a maximum of 2,800 pixels per second (MPs).
The Sony A6000 can record at a maximum resolution of 1,920×1,080 pixels.
It costs $1,100 in the United States, and $1 and $2,400 in the UK, but in Japan it is available for around $1.00.
The lens for the camera also is interchangeable, so if you use a lens of different focal lengths, you don’t have to buy the lens separately.
The only drawback of the lens is that you have to be willing to get the camera for repairs or