Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX50V
Announced Apr 24, 2013 •
20 megapixels | 3″ screen | 24 – 720 mm (30×)
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Hello, I have been having such a difficult time trying to decide on this simple "Point and Shoot" pocket size Digital Camera. :( My current camera is that small but now a bit bulky Canon Power Shot SD600 Digital ELPH (3x zoom, 6.0 MP) which served me well. I need more zoom and decided to up grade for everyday use, shows and concert venues, Travel and family, etc. The following are important to me : 1) Zoom 2) Battery Life 3) Shake / hand stable control 4) Low Light capability 5) Price around...
What are your thoughts about the HX50 as a "pocket" camera? Is it actually something you can keep with you, or do you find it too bulky? Do you wish you had a smaller camera than the HX50 sometimes? I see a few threads here, but most seem a bit old. Has anyone lived with the HX50 for a few months and have some thoughts? The long version if you feel like reading and chatting: I've been comparing cameras for a while and I'm down to the Panasonic ZS30 or the Sony HX50V. I was almost settled on...
I know this question has probably been asked before, but the answers were varied and in the end, there was no definite answer. I need a camera for travelling (I have a DSLR, but I don't want to take it with me) and I am stuck between Panasonic TZ40 or Sony HX50. It all comes down to which camera has better photo quality. I am not fussed on what accessories I can buy or whether it has a touch screen etc. I just want to know which of these two cameras has a better overall photo quality. Thanks...
So this summer I bough a Sony HX50V camera while I was in Taiwan. It's an amazing little thing, and even the gimmicks like connecting to a TV over wifi have proven quite useful a couple of times already. :) While I already have the official Sony carrying case and a 32GB SD card, what else are you using? Here is what I bought in the meantime: - Carryspeed Magfilter Polarizer (sadly it doesn't work on the HX50V since the inner diameter of the magnetic ring is 32mm, while the lens opening of the...
Hi, I am in a process to buy a camera. My selected camera are HX50V and HX300 from Sony. As i know, the HX300 has a 50x zoom as th HX50V has a 30x zoom. I am interessted in the 50X zoom of the HX300, but i also like the features of the HX50V (GPS, wi-fi). But at the end the camera that will give me the better image and video quality will win. Is there anybody who went through this selection process ? Any comments on what should i be awared for my selection. The size of the the camera is not a...
Hello, at the expense of being truly honest and putting it out there here I go. I thought I was ready for a DSLR type camera and so purchased a Pentax K-50. Well, one week into it and I am overwhelmed and realizing I need way more time to learn about photography; something I do not have. So onward I go. For wildlife pictures, hunting, kids action, stills, low light, outdoors adventure travel; I need something. My eyes are going crazy comparing model after model. down to a couple..please help....
HI, It's great to find this forum. In reviewing and looking into compact camera options, I think I have now narrowed it down to the Sony hx20v or hx50v. Most of my photos are wildlife, landscape, and macro shots of flowers, insects, etc. Of course the newer model (hx50v) has some improvements from last year's model, some of which are very appealing. However, the hx50v model can only focus to a minimum distance of 5cm, which is quite different than the capacity of the hx20v which focuses to a...