Sony DSC-HX50VB Price in Singapore & Specifications
Reviewed on 2013-07-29
30x optical zoom, Has multiinterface shoe mount, Good image stabilization
A bit on the chunky side, Very basic WiFi features, Rear display is not touch sensitive, Display washes out under bright sunlight, more so than other competing models, Expensive
You may be surprised, but many camera purchase decisions have been down to the simple fact that their owners just want something better than their smartphone camera to take pictures when they're on a holiday. DSLR cameras are too bulky, while the smaller ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2013-07-01
I’ve had lots of experience with these mega zoom cameras: some enjoyable, some not so much.If you’re new to the field, approach them with caution: the zoom range is appealing, impressive and somewhat frustrating.For one, you simply cannot use them hand...Read more >
Reviewed on 2013-06-07
Sony's Cyber-shot DSC-HX50V is the smallest, lightest camera with a 30x zoom. It has a large assortment of shooting options, direct control over exposure compensation, and excellent photo and video quality for its class. A Multi Interface Shoe lets you......
Despite the additional manual controls and Multi Interface Shoe, the HX50 lacks a couple things enthusiasts value: a large sensor and raw capture. The flash, mic, and viewfinder accessories are expensive. Slow lens limits its usefulness indoors.
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX50V combines two things a lot of people are after in a compact camera: a pocketable body and a long zoom lens. Granted, "pocketable" is a bit of a stretch for a camera that measures 4.4 inches wide by 2.6 inches high by 1.6 in...Read more >
Reviewed on 2013-06-05
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX50V travel-zoom camera is the World's smallest and lightest camera with a 30x zoom lens. Offering a focal range of 24-720mm, 20.4 megapixel back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor, wi-fi connectivity and built-in GPS tracking comple...Read more >
Reviewed on 2013-06-01
Huge 30x 24-720mm equivalent zoom range, Excellent image stabilisation, Hot shoe with accessory port for EVF, Excellent 400 shot battery life, Full PASM modes and Exposure compensation dial, Built-in wifi and GPS (GPS on HX50V only).
Wifi difficult to setup and limited in use, Screen hard to see in bright conditions, Limited customisation options.
Sony HX50V review The Sony Cyber-shot HX50V is the World's smallest and lightest compact camera with a 30x optical zoom range. Announced in May 2013, it slots roughly between the even smaller WX300 with its 20x optical zoom and the chunkier DSLR-style...Read more >
Reviewed on 2013-05-02
Compact design, Excellent GPS and Wi-Fi, Good video, photos in good lighting
Noisy shots in dim, dark lighting, Heavy noise reduction past ISO 400, No RAW photo mode
If you want to buy a camera with a of zoom, you don’t have a great deal of choice. Most decent super-zoom cameras are big, with bodies that mimic digital SLRs in design and size. Sony’s Cyber-shot DSC-HX50V (or just ‘HX50’) is out to challenge that — ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2013-04-24
Seamless Wi-Fi and remote viewfinder capabilities. Bright, high-resolution screen. Built-in GPS. Excellent video quality
No RAW capture. Noise issues at ISO levels over 400
Photographers who crave plenty of zoom generally look at superzoom cameras that are bigger than your average point-and-shoot, with giant lens barrels and SLR-like features. The HX50V isn't your typical superzoom trapped in the body of an SLR-wannabe th...Read more >