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Mark Peters : July 2nd 2015 - 12:15 CET

Sony high zoom compact cameras

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SonySony Cyber-Shot compact cameras : Carry less and shoot more: two new travel-friendly digital cameras from Sony Electronics put fabulous holiday photo opportunities in closer reach this summer. The world’s most compact cameras in their class, the Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-HX90 and Cyber-Shot DSC-WX500 compact cameras are big on sheer picture quality plus plenty of easy-to-use pro-style functions. Despite sharing a raft of technologies that deliver amazing picture quality, the two cameras offer a distinct choice for photographers looking for a compact high- zoom camera. The Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-HX90V digital camera adds GPS that automatically tags your shots and clips with location information to enjoy on a map using Play Memories Home.
Sony zoom compact cameras

Sony high zoom compact cameras
Both are built around extremely high quality optics with a ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T* 30x zoom lens and benefit from the power of an Exmor RTM CMOS sensor with 18.2 Megapixel and BIONZ X processor but for the photographer who prefers to frame their shots more traditionally. The Sony CyberShot HX90 features a pop-up OLED viewfinder and a Control Ring that can be assigned to functions like manual focusing or step zoom. The feeling of control when using the HX90 is further enhanced by a new ergonomic grip for comfortable handling in any situation. For photographers who want to add perfectly framed selfies to their repertoire, the Cyber-Shot HX90 and Cyber-Shot WX500 have a 180 degree tilt LCD screen so you can see exactly how you will appear in your shots.

Optical zoom range

30x optical zoom range
Packing a huge 30x optical zoom range into the tiny camera bodies, the high-quality ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T* lens pulls friends and family, wildlife and distant scenes closer. The advanced design ensures impressively sharp, low-distortion images, even at high zoom settings where budget optics struggle to maintain clarity and definition. Want to go larger still? Clear Image Zoom boosts magnification to a gargantuan 60x, with Optical Steady-Shot and 5-axis image stabilisation keeping handheld camera wobbles in check for crisper handheld Full HD videos.

Compact camera

Powerful compact camera
The subtlest details in any scene - even moonlit beaches and café interiors - are captured effortlessly by the back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS image sensor with 18.2 effective megapixels. Sony’s advanced BIONZ X image processor ensures stills and Full HD movies with incredible colours, richness and realism. Despite their pocket-sized dimensions, both Sony cameras benefit from 5-axis image stabilisation which keeps pictures blur-free even when exploring the outer limits of the camera’s zoom range whilst shooting movies. Better-looking movies are assured by Full HD 60p/50p recording using the XAVC S format at 50Mbps for great-looking video - with no on-screen noise and artefacts, even when you’re capturing fast-moving kids, pets or jet-skis.

Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-HX90

Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-HX90
Available on the Sony HX90/HX90V only, the framing shots on sunny days is a pleasure with the OLED Tru-finder that pops up whenever it’s needed. Images are bright, crisp and clear, with high contrast and vivid colours. Top-notch selfies are a doddle with the 3.0-type LCD that tilts up to 180 degrees for comfortably framed arms’ length portraits. The high resolution (921k dots) monitor is also handy for composing and retouching shots with the camera’s built-in Photo Creativity and Beauty Effect functions. There’s a built-in flash for low-light shooting, and Wi-Fi with NFC for One-touch wireless sharing of photos and movies on your phone or tablet.

Sony HX90

Sony high zoom cameras
The Fast Intelligent AF system on the new models has been inherited from Sony’s award winning Alpha series of cameras. An improved spatial object detection algorithm realises a more optimal and accurate lens drive to make auto focus even faster for capturing fleeting moments with ease. Serious snappers will also appreciate extensive control modes, Memory Recall and a Control Ring that can be assigned to functions like manual focusing or step zoom. P/A/S/M modes give extra creative control over your video footage, while Intelligent Active Mode with 5-axis image stabilisation steadies image wobbles when you’re following moving subjects.

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