Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX300
Announced Feb 20, 2013 •
20 megapixels | 3″ screen | 24 – 1200 mm (50×)
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Is there a limit to the amount of memory on a memory card the camera can access? Twice now I've been out taking photos and when I get home find the first ~3.25GB of photos are read fine without problem but the rest come up with a message saying Windows Photo Viewer can't open this picture because either Photo Viewer doesn't support this format or you don't have the latest updates to Photo Viewer. I've just installed Photo Viewer so expect it should be up to dateFormats are the same as all...
Does the HX300 have some sort of image stabilization active all the time? In my old Olympus there was a setting to turn IS on or off (OFF was recommended for use with a tripod). The HX300 has an anti blur for low light shots, and has "Steady Shot" for movie mode. References to these were all I could find in the manual, so I was left wondering about it.
Hi all, Back to 2006, the first zoom camera I bought was Panasonic FZ20, 12x, 5MP. It was great at that time, I got sharp images especially at 1600 x 1200 and less sharp at higher resolutions. Recently, I bought FZ200 and I was disappointed with IQ, I only got sharp images at lower resolutions which is not good in today's standards! the best thing in this camera is slow-motion video which is reach 120 frame per second in HD quality (I think it is lower, but scaled up to HD dimensions) . I...
Hi, I have owned and tested a few cameras during year, from dslr, super zoom, compact, fixed lens,etc. Now I have rx100 and hx50v, olympus sp350 and olympus c310. Rx100 is amazing considering image quality and build quality. There are times I absolutely love it and there are times a love the pictures from it, but seems to can not make (a bond with it), just doesn't feel right. The hx50v is a lot worst especially in low light, the sp350 is slow as a turtle and eats batteries,... but I like...
I found out, its not in all cameras with EVF possible to review/inspect taken images in the viewfinder. For example its not possible in the Sony HX300, but in the HX400V. How about Fuji´s superzooms with EVF: Can you inspect images you took an hour ago, in the viewfinder, by pressing play and using/switching-to the EVF? I am interrested in the fuji Finepix S1 , perhaps also Fuji HS50exr, but perhaps its also interresting how other new fuji cameras work. --cheersMr.NoFlash