Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Sony unveils HX-50

Camera maker claims it is the world's tiniest and lightest camera with a 30x focus
Sony has presented the world's tiniest and lightest camera with a 30x focus lens.

The Cybershot HX-50 measures only 108x64x38mm and packs in a 20.4 megapixel Exmor Dhge CMOS sensor. It's the same Bionz model present in the HX300 tremendous focus camera.

The HX-50 also advantages of a 24-720mm f/3.5-6.3 equivalent contact, and functions a visual image stabiliser.

As with many other cameras nowadays, the HX-50 comes with built in Wi-Fi permitting wireless image sharing. Additionally it takes some enthusiasm from photo software Instagram, coming with eight built in filter effects.

It has the capacity to record 1080p/50 film record choice that allows you to record movie, and a

Despite their small measurement, in addition it comes with full manual control through the built-in regulates and a hotshot for attachment of numerous peripherals.

Nevertheless, despite full manual control, the HX-50 can only capture in JPEG (those searching for the ability productivity in RAW will have to search elsewhere).

Sony reckons the battery must work for 400 shots.

The camera may release at the beginning of May. Sony claimed it'll provide for around £350.

Study our report on the Sony Cyber-Shot HX50.
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