Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX50V

Announced Apr 24, 2013 •
20 megapixels | 3 screen | 24 – 720 mm (30×)
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jon121
By: jon121 (2 months ago)
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need help finding a new camera what i would like is something like the hx50v but without the zoom because of the small censor.i want the best image quality possible. my budget is about $300.i like all the features in the hx50v (wifi,panoramas,hdr,1080p 60fps since ill be doing videos) besides the image quality and also theres something about the popup flash that i love lol so i want that on the camera as well.would like RAW and a decent zoom but if not then thats ok too looked at the...
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need help finding a new camera what i would like is something like the hx50v but without the zoom because of the small censor.i want the best image quality possible. my budget is about $300.i like all the features in the hx50v (wifi,panoramas,hdr,1080p 60fps since ill be doing videos) besides the image quality and also theres something about the popup flash that i love lol so i want that on the camera as well.would like RAW and a decent zoom but if not then thats ok too looked at the...
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need help finding a new camera what i would like is something like the hx50v but without the zoom because of the small censor.i want the best image quality possible. my budget is about $300.i like all the features in the hx50v (wifi,panoramas,hdr,1080p 60fps since ill be doing videos) besides the image quality and also theres something about the popup flash that i love lol so i want that on the camera as well.would like RAW and a decent zoom but if not then thats ok too looked at the...
GordonWilson
By: GordonWilson (3 months ago)
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Why can I not buy a small "travel zoom" camera with 20x or more optical zoom and the ability to capture images in RAW format? I am a 58 year old British bloke who first got interested in photography as an 8-year old.  I owned my first SLR (that I had personally worked to pay for) by the time I was 13.  I successfully completed a 3-year British degree course - B.A. (Hons) in Photography - in the late 1970s.  I then spent 20+ years as a professional photographer using top end Hasselblad and...
jabshutterbug
By: jabshutterbug (3 months ago)
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I have searched the forum and the web, but Im not finding anything out. Is there a remote of some type for the HX50V. I know I can control it with my cellphone, but I was looking for something that has an timer function that I can do time lapse with. I do this iwth great ease on my Canon 70D and my wired timer remote, but I would like to play around with the point and shoot to see if I can do the same. James
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Hello, I have been reading for a while on the forum, but can't figure out what is the best camera for my needs. At the moment I don't have a real camera, but want to get into photography, and also have some long traveling up ahead I want to capture with something better than my iphone/gopro combo. I have been visiting shops to hold cameras and get a feel for what I like, but as always there is compromise to be made, and I don't feel I have the knowledge to make the right choice. But let me...
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Is it possible to create depth of field / blurred background in video mode for Sony HX50V? I couldn't figure it out how.
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Hi everyone, I prefer  to Lumix TZ40 because a lot of review say this is the best camera to date and the price just enough for my budget. But the most important thing IF we compare to [Canon SX280 HS/Lumix L7/Galaxy camera GC100/Fujifilm F900EXR/Sony HX50V/TZ40] - which the camera is best on low light & night situation for video and picture - What about the performance when snap fast moving object like trains, f1, (blurr or static image) - How long battery life when we recording a video with...
uryker
By: uryker (4 months ago)
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Hi everybody, i'm going to start a holiday trip to South Africa next week and i'm thinking about buying a travel zoom camera on the fly. Since i don't have too much time to evaluate by myself i'd appreciate some advice. My main requirements for this gagdet are: GPS (for geotagging) Good zoom range Good picture quality througout the zoom range (Africa is full of good light) I usually watch my pictures on HD TV or computer moinitors/tablets and sometimes i print them (max. size A4). Do you...
dannygud
By: dannygud (4 months ago)
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I noticed there is a manual button for the flash, isn't it an auto pop-up flash? Does the flash is going down back automatic (after the shot/turn off/after 30 sec.)? or I have to press it? Thanks, Danny
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