Sony reveals DSLR-like Compact Camera with amazing 50X Zoom
Published On 27-December-2016
Recently, Sony has announced a new compact camera and its focused towards offering contemptible amounts of zoom.
The newly announced Cyber-shot HX350 has the capability of almost 50x optical zoom along with its innovative lens.
On the front side of the camera there is a 24-1200mm ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T* lens in 35mm format. Together with the optical, it can also permit up to 100x clear image zoom.
It supports ISO range of 80-3200 as well as an aperture range between f/2.8-6.3.
The continuous shooting mode also permits the shooting of more than 10 frames per second.
The Cyber-shot HX350 utilizes an EXMOR R sensor, and comes along with the BIONZ X image processor. Focus can be set on the Direct Manual Focus mode or only on the Lock-on Auto Focus.
Furthermore, there is an Intelligent Active Mode whereas the Optical SteadyShot permits for the less blur in images and videos via image stabilisation.
The resolution stands at almost 20.4 Mega Pixel.
On the rear side of the camera, the consumer will be able to get a mobile 7.5cm (3.0 inches) LCD which comes along with a 921k dot resolution. An integrated pop up flash that can be utilized for low-light conditions whereas the video Recording options can be get an A on up to 1080p at 60 frames per second (fps).
Connectivity can be done through a micro-HDMI and USB 2.0 whereas a battery life lasts up to 310 shots.
The mid-range camera sits in the market someplace around your run-of-the-mill compact shooters as well as below traditional DSLRs, but it is styled to look a lot like the latter.
Moreover, there is a ring on the top to permit quick-changing of modes as the user sees fit.
The Cyber-shot HX350 is available at almost 450 Euros and it would be available for sale in January.