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Sony Cybershot HX100V
Dennis Hissink : January 30th 2011 - 12:52 CETupdated
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SonySony Cybershot DSC-HX100V digital camera : As the following information leaked from Sony’s website, and it became within minutes talk of the town, we decided to share this early pre-announcement news with you. Soon, we may expect the launch of the new Sony Cybershot HX100V. This new Sony camera incorporates a mixture of technologies, not only from a regular Cybershot but also from Handycam and Alpha DSLR series. Like some of the Cybershots introduced at CES 2011, the Sony HX100V features a 16.2-megapixel back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor and a powerful BIONZ imaging processor for high-speed signal processing. Furthermore the Sony Cybershot HX100V features a 30x optical zoom (27-810mm: 35mm equiv.) with Hi-speed AF-technology.

Sony CyberShot HX100V

Sony CyberShot HX100V with Carl Zeiss Vario Sonnar T* lens
The high-resolution Exmor R CMOS sensor developed by Sony for cameras like the new Sony Cybershot HX100V captures amazing, detail-packed Full HD video and still images with superb contrast, rich colours and less picture noise. It’s great in any conditions, especially dimly lit interiors and atmospheric twilight moments. Together with the f/2.8-5.6 Carl Zeiss Vario Sonnar T* lens the Sony Cybershot HX100V must stand for high image quality.

Sony Cybershot HX100V features Exmor R CMOS sensor technology
The new Sony Cybershot DSC-HX100V camera is equipped with an Exmor R CMOS image sensor. Exmor R CMOS sensor uses a groundbreaking ‘back illuminated’ design, which replaces the position of layers so the light receptor is not blocked by the wire circuit. Light falls directly onto receptive areas of the sensor, with no wires blocking its path. More light means less need for boosting the signals electronically, resulting in less noise. Video and still picture quality is significantly improved with less noise, especially in low light. An Exmor R CMOS Sensor is twice as sensitive to light as a conventional sensor, which means you don’t need to use a flash, even in low light.

Sony CyberShot DSC-HX100V

Shooting panoramas with Sony CyberShot DSC-HX100V
One of the most interesting innovative image techniques of the latest generation Sony digital cameras is probably Sweep Panorama. The Sony Cybershot DSC-HX100V features this amazing function. Take stunning panoramas even when people or subjects are moving in the photo. Capture everyone in a crowded place and let Intelligent Sweep Panorama stitch the photo together with blur-free results. We assume the Sony HX100V is able to capture 3D panoramas. If so, the high-speed burst of frames is stitched together using innovative processing techniques to automatically create detail-packed 3D panoramas. Unlike 3D Sweep Panorama mode, which lets you view your 3D images on compatible 3D television systems, Sweep Multi Angle lets you view images moving in simulated 3D right on the cameras’ LCD screen by tilting the camera back and forth. This shooting feature captures 15 images at different angles and then compiles them into one photo, creating a 3D-like effect on the display.

Geotagging supported via Sony DSC-HX100V built-in GPS
Another interesting feature of the Sony DSC-HX100V camera is the ability to record Full HD video in AVCHD format. The Sony HX100V camera’s movie mode supports 1920 x 1080 pixels Full HD. Confirmed information is lacking but we assume that the Sony Cybershot HX100V incorporates the Handycam technique that enables the camera simultaneously capture digital still pictures while shooting video (Dual Rec mode). Early information shows a built-in GPS for the Sony Cybershot HX100V camera. If so, the GPS will probably be the same as the HX7V model that was introduced during last CES 2011 in Las Vegas. With a 30x optical zoom Carl Zeiss Vario Sonnar T* lens, the Sony DSC-HX100V offers built-in GPS and Compass which records the location and direction of where photos were taken. Designed to help users learn about the cameras’ features and how to use them on the spot, the “In-Camera Guide” is accessible from the menu button on the camera. Users can search by purpose or keyword and easily access the functions they seek

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Sony Cybershot HX100V review
We will wait for official information when Sony decides to launch their new products soon and will publish full Sony Cybershot DSC-HX100V specifications and list of features. As soon as we receive an Sony CyberShot DSC-HX100V test sample, we will publish a photo gallery with high resolution pictures, followed by an extensive Sony CyberShot HX100V review.




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