Sony has launched a new digital camera-Cyber-shot HX350 with amazing features.
According to a press release by Sony, it is compact in size, but features 50X super zoom that is designed to suit the increasing demands of professional photographers.
“Discerning photographers graduating from smartphone snaps will love the mix of easy-to-use features and DSLR-inspired styling. Fitting beautifully in your hand, the HX350 packs big camera performance into a compact body – for limitless creative possibilities with a fixed lens.”
Featured with high-resolution back-illuminated Exrnor R CMOS sensor with 20.4 megapixels, Intelligent Active Mode and unbelievable BIONZ X image processing engine, this camera shoots crisp and pristine images and HD videos.
To control Camera shake, Optical SteadyShot shifts a group of lens to address the slightest hand movement.
“Even if you’re shooting handheld indoors or in low light, you’ll value crisp, low noise images and pristine Full HD video footage.”
The Cyber-shot HX350 combines features of the large DSLR cameras and the small point-and-shoot cameras. It gives quick adjustment of zoom/focus with full P/A/S/M controls and extra detail of a 24p shooting mode to facilitate beautiful landscaping.
“Movie-makers will also welcome the extra detail of a 24p shooting mode that gives footage that authentically cinematic look.”
In addition, the camera has a 24-1200mm ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T* lens in 35mm format and 100x Clear Image Zoom with 50x optical zoom. Continuous shooting allows up to 10 frames per second.
Importantly, the Focus includes Direct Manual Focus for pro users and Lock-on Auto-Focus for general users.
“The choice is yours when it comes to framing shots with confidence. Look through the camera’s high-contrast electronic viewfinder – just like you’d expect on a DSLR – or switch to the manually tiltable 7.5cm (3.0-type) LCD with 921k dot resolution.”
The entire features can be viewed through the rear 7.5cm LCD with amazing 921k dot resolution.
The camera will cost €450 in Europe from the next month.