Reviews and Problems with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX200V
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6 May 2015
Summary: The Cyber-shot DSC-HX200V has virtually every feature imaginable for a super zoom camera, most of which allow you to take shots that were otherwise impossible. The image quality isn't great when viewed at 100%, but for most people, it's more than adequate.
Pros: Good photo quality, if you don't look too closely, Massive 30X, 27 - 810 mm zoom lens, Optical image stabilization, with 3-way "active mode" for movies, Articulating 3-inch LCD display with 921k pixels and good outdoor visibility, Handy manual zoom/focus ring around lens, Very responsive performa...
Summary: The Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-HX200V is a compact camera with the features of excellent quality. First of all, optical zoom with 30x Vario-Sonnar T Lens Carl Zeiss lens with exceptional optical quality.
Pros: Smile Shutter; Vario-Sonnar ® T Lens Carl Zeiss, Face Detection, Panorama Mode, Exmor R; By Pixel Super Resolution Technology, Full HD 50p recording GPS and compass, high-resolution display tiltable Continuous Shooting High Speed Control (10 fps); Eye Sensor (to automatically switch the displa...
Summary: Overview Flagship of five new “H” series compact super zooms announced by Sony on February 27 with a March market availability, the Cyber-shot HX200 features a 30x Carl Zeiss zoom lens covering the 27 to 810mm focal range (in 4:3 format; 29 to 870mm in 16:9) with maximum apertures of f/2.8 and f/5.6...
Pros: Quick auto focus, Good image and video quality, GPS and a host of other features
Cons: In-camera battery charging, Inadequate printed user's manual, Average ISO performance
Excerpt: Cameras with big 'zooms' almost always manage to grab the consumer. Quite a few manufacturers have tried to cash-in on this feature by introducing cameras that approach prosumers as far as looks and features are concerned, while not going all out in terms of image quality for the sake of making it...
Pros: Superb 30x optical zoom; Zoom/Focus ring for manual control; Close macro mode; Excellent flip-out screen; EVF.
Cons: Image quality marred by aggressive noise reduction; Somewhat bulky and heavy; Cannot shoot RAW; Expensive.
Excerpt: Embora as máquinas compactas de lentes intermutáveis sejam os modelos mais desejados, o mercado da fotografia digital não vive só delas, até porque nem sempre são os modelos mais indicados. Se, por exemplo, o seu objectivo na c...
Pros: Ergonomia perfeita | Qualidade e versatilidade do conjunto óptico