Sony Cyber Shot HX350 offers 50x optical zoom and image steadiness and the camera goes on trade in European markets for €449 from next month.
Sony has proclaimed the cyber shot HX350, which is the sequel to the HX300 super-zoom compact camera. The new model will be on sale for the European markets and it is told to go on trade for €449 opening next month.
A quick look at the provisions and not much appears to have altered in the new HX350. The camera contains a back-illuminated 20.4 megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor and an advanced BIONZ X image processor. The ISO assortment is rated at ISO 80-3200, which can be prolonged to 12800 in many-frame NR mode. You get a pivotal length of 24mm at the width and 1200mm at the telephoto end (35mm equivalent) whereas the accessible aperture is f/2.8-6.3. This allows you to achieve a 50x optical zoom that makes it perfect for shooting long distance objects and animals.
The Sony Cyber shot HX350 features suitable choices like a manual ring for perfect adjustment of zoom and focus with an easily-accessible type dial and custom button for fast adjustment of settings. It also has complete PASM controls. The camera is adept of 10fps burst shooting and can list video up to 1080p at 60fps. There is a tillable 3-inch LCD display with a 921k-dot resolution but miserably, there’s no Bluetooth, Wi-Fi or NFC on board. It uses a USB 2.0 for interfacing with a PC for moving content over and Micro-HDMI anchorage for watching the content you have shot straight on an HDTV. There is not any headphone or microphone socket presently. In order to stop camera shake, the HX350 holds the optical SteadyShot feature which aids to keep the video steady. The inherent Intelligent Active Mode retains full-HD videos sharp and blur-free with Sony’s branded frame analysis expertise.