Sony has unveiled a new compact camera its has created in the form of the Sony Cybershot HX50V, which is equipped with a 20.4 megapixel Exmor R CMOS image sensor, and is the worlds smallest and lightest camera with 30x optical zoom capability.
Sony has fitted their Cybershot HX50V camera with built-in Wi-Fi capabilities, allowing users to benefit from Sony’s PlayMemories Mobile application, which is available for both Android and iOS devices, and enables wireless transfer of photographs to the mobile devices.
The Sony Cybershot HX50V is also fitted with a powerful X-type lithium ion battery offering 400 photos from a single charge. Patrick Huang , director of the Cyber-shot digital camera business at Sony Electronics explains a little more about the new Sony Cybershot HX50V:
“Despite the emergence of smart phone cameras in today’s market, the HX50V model gives photographers plenty of reason to invest in a dedicated pocket camera”-“Its wide-ranging 30x optical zoom gives users more freedom to pick their shooting subject and position, and its extensive, advanced imaging capabilities give shooters the peace of mind that image quality will never be compromised – every scene will be given the color, detail and clarity that it deserves. This powerful combination of size and performance makes the HX50 an especially unique, versatile camera.”
The new Sony Cybershot HX50V will be arriving in stores next month and will be priced at around $450, For more information on the new Sony Cybershot HX50V jump over to the PR Newswire press release website for details.
Source: PR NewswireFiled Under: Camera News, Top News