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Sony Cybershot DSC-HX50

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Overall 6

Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-HX50V Review

Digital Photography School
26 July 2013
  • Excerpt: I’ve had lots of experience with these mega zoom cameras: some enjoyable, some not so much. If you’re new to the field, approach them with caution: the zoom range is appealing, impressive and somewhat frustrating. For one, you simply cannot use them handheld at the full tele end: at best, use a tripod; at worst, lean them on something substantial, like a fence or a wall. If you’re crazy enough to want to shoot video with the zoom working mid shot … practice, practice.
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Overall 7

This super-compact camera has a 30x zoom, Wi-Fi, and GPS

Good Gear Guide.au
2 May 2013
  • Summary: If you were looking for a travel-zoom camera in the past, we’d have gone straight to recommending a Panasonic. Sony’s new HX50V crams 20 megapixels -- too many, really -- on its tiny sensor, with a 30x zoom lens and all the trimmings you could want. It’s a great all-round camera, although it’s not made for dim or dark environments.
  • Pros: Compact design, Excellent GPS and Wi-Fi, Good video, photos in good lighting
  • Cons: Noisy shots in dim, dark lighting, Heavy noise reduction past ISO 400, No RAW photo mode
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Overall 6

Sony Cyber-Shot HX50 review

23 January 2004
  • Excerpt: The Sony Cyber-Shot HX50's 30x zoom is the biggest ever to grace a compact-shaped camera. The 24-720mm (equivalent) focal length range means it can tackle wide-angle vistas, wildlife photography and anything in between. Meanwhile, the 20-megapixel sensor is the highest ever resolution for a pocket ultra-zoom camera.
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Overall 6

Sony Cybershot HX50V im Test

color foto
16 December 2013
  • Summary: Bei der Sony Cybershot DSC-HX50V stecken ein 30-fach Zoom und 20-Megapixel-Sensor in einem superkompakten Gehäuse. Geht die Rechnung auf?
  • Pros: großer Brennweitenbereich in sehr kompaktem Gehäuse, überzeugendes Bedienkonzept, gute Bildqualität bei ISO 100 und 400
  • Cons: Bildqualität bei Tele spürbar schlechter, langsamer Autofokus bei längeren Brennweiten
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