Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Sony HX50 review: Hands-on

The Sony DSC-HX50 could be the brand's newest digital camera and it is also the initial lightweight
to include a x30 zoom.

The Sony HX50 the initial (and up to now only) electronic lightweight camera to include a x30 move with the manufacturer having managed to shrink down the contact from their HX100V considerably. Sony has brought the tech from their RX range of high-end snappers, like the Sony RX100, and ported it over to a more affordable compact.

Sony HX50: Size and build
The HX50 isn't the littlest camera about, but it can certainly put on a sizable wallet, and is less cumbersome and convenient to carry than a DSLR or even a CSC - that will be the key idea. The style is smooth, with a pro look - that will be echoed in the addition of features like a customisable button on the back and an EV switch for setting coverage compensation.

Sony HX50: Features
Sporting a 24-720mm Sony Gary contact, the new product also bags a 20.4MP Exmor Dtc CMOS alarm along side Wi-Fi for posting pictures directly from the camera, and also a hotshoe adaptor for adding components such as for instance an electronic viewfinder or flash.

The X50 also shoots full HD video at 50fps. Based on Sony, it includes 400 shots about the same charge.
Sony HX50: Award
We just had a very rapid perform with the camera, but the move features are really extraordinary for a tight - we used it from the view from the the surface of the Gherkin in London and we could give attention to things which were a long way away in the distance. We'll offer you more home elevators specs and picture quality as soon as we are able to get a design in for a full review.

Sony DSC-HX50 launch day: Early May possibly 2013

Sony DSC-HX50 price: £350

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