Sony has launched the Cyber-shot HX350 super zoom camera in Europe.
The successor to the HX300 comes with a massive 24mm to 1200mm (35mm equivalent) f2.8-6.3 ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T* lens with a 50x optical zoom. The lens is optically stabilized to reduce blur at the telephoto end.
Behind the lens sits a 20.4 megapixel EXMOR R sensor with a BIONZ X image processor. Other features include manual ring for zoom or focus adjust, custom button for quick adjustment, 3.0-inch tilting 921k dot LCD, 10fps burst mode, 1080p60 video, and HDMI out.
The Cyber-shot HX350 is priced at €449 and will be available in January 2017.
The Sony HX400v is about the same, but it has a hotshoe
I'm not a professional photographer in any sense, but I do enjoy taking pictures. I'm in the market for a powerful camera which has a decent range of useful features. With that being said, I'm curious as to how the Cyber-shot HX350 compares to t...
Im talking about not getting good pics with that much zoom with such a tony sensor. Look at the other cameras mentioned below, sony rx10-3 and panasonic fz2500, much bigger sensors, massively superior optics, much less zoom and STILL they struggle at...