Best superzoom I have
I admid I have allot of camera's including DslR and Nex3 FZ100 and so on.
But this one do it all.
The focus system is fast and reable,somtinge others have missed the point.
My other zooms also shoot 10 frames a second ,But missed the point,when your furst lock in takes ages.
I do not matter when it can shoot 10 frames or more,you are to late anyway.
Lucky the sony HX100V lock in focus so fast,it is unbelieve.
Also tracking focus work wel.
I mage qalitie is realy good,At 100% view it look more like an painting.noise reduction,but the camera can set at an lower noise reduction.
But then noise creep in the Images.So I think sony did an good job here,to get the best possible picture,with an smal sensor.
The best point is for me,this camera can be used in poor light and have great picture qality to atleast iso 400
combined with the exelent lens you got an winner.
The EFV is also alot better then the panasonic FZ100
And the lens at wide do realy good,not to mush distortion,with is common to long zoom lenses.
Batterie live and lcd is realy good,+-450 to 500 pictures with one batterie,I say thad is more then good.
Video is exelent ,But I found the video button abit to high on the body.
When make prints,the pictures look exelent,I could believe the came from an small sensor camera.
You can zoom with the lens,or set mode with the lens,it work great.
Also the back wheel pres ones you have direct acces to the most common settings like ISO Aperture Exposure.
Exelent an handy.
When changing modes PASM you have to confirm with the ok button.
Strange I never show thad on other models.
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