Sony Cybershot DSC-H300 Advance Point and Shoot
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The Good The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX has strong image stabilization to back up its 50x zoom lens; excellent picture quality for its class; and a large assortment of shooting options for all levels of photographers. The Bad The HX's megapixel sensor doesn't translate into better picture quality. Captures JPEG only, no raw. The Bottom Line It can't match some of its competition in the features department, but the Sony Cyber-shot HX still packs a powerful zoom lens and plenty of point-and-shoot punch. For a lot of people, the only thing that makes a point-and-shoot better than a smartphone for taking pictures is a zoom lens, and for many of those people, the more zoom range, the better. That's how we end up with the Sony Cyber-shot HX and its 50x f2. It's a new lens for Sony, and with it comes improved autofocus AF for better performance in telephoto and enhanced optical image stabilization OIS made possible by, according to Sony, "a second zoom group of lens elements that shifts rapidly to correct for the slightest of hand movements.
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Superzoom cameras across various brands have been crafting out their own individual points of interest of late. Sony's angle, it would seem, is all about resolution: the Cyber-shot HX pairs a brand new 50x optical zoom lens - capable of a mm equivalent - with a new We've been fans of the Sony HX-series over its last few iterations, but is the Sony Cyber-shot HX's push in resolution more of a hindrance than a benefit to this latest bridge model, or does it elevate the series to new heights? The HX's new lens is a serious bit of kit. With a 50x optical zoom measuring up to a mm equivalent - the same focal length as per the Canon SX50 HS - there's little that won't be in range from this superzoom.
H300 Camera with 35x Optical Zoom