Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX5V
Sony company announced anew digital camera that have new features take a look here.
Sony has again used its backside-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor, Bionz image processor, and a Sony G lens to try to solve two of the most common complaints about compact cameras:
shooting performance and low-light photo quality. This time around they're in the Cyber-shot DSC-HX5V, a compact wide-angle megazoom. The camera has a lot to offer particularly to those with the time and desire to get the most from it. However, if you're a stickler for photo quality, you'll likely want to give it a pass.
Due to the mega zoom lens, noise reduction, or both, the results just aren't very sharp. The photos are otherwise decent, though, and its low-light photos are better than you're going to get from those of the competition. Plus, the HX5V's shooting speeds are excellent for its class with low shutter lag, short shot-to-shot times, and a burst mode capable of 10 frames per second. The camera is packed with plenty of fun, useful features, too, including a built-in GPS receiver and compass. It's overall an excellent compact megazoom camera, but like most point-and-shoots the photos aren't going to please everyone.
The HX5V's shooting performance is excellent. Shutter lag in bright conditions is very low at less than 0.4 second; in dim lighting it goes up to a more average 0.8 second. Shot-to-shot times without the flash averaged only 1.5 seconds. The high-speed burst mode is capable of capturing up to 10 frames per second at full resolution. But again, once they're shot, you have to wait several seconds while the buffer memory clears before you can shoot again. Even its time to first shot is quick for its class at 1.8 seconds.
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