Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX400V Digital Camera

July 23, 2015 - Comment

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX400V Digital Camera is a high-zoom camera that offers ease of use akin to a point-and-shot, but with the design and control of a DSLR. It features a 20.4MP 1/2.3″ Exmor R CMOS sensor and a BIONZ X Image Processor for notable low light performance, as well as a 50x optical zoom

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The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX400V Digital Camera is a high-zoom camera that offers ease of use akin to a point-and-shot, but with the design and control of a DSLR. It features a 20.4MP 1/2.3″ Exmor R CMOS sensor and a BIONZ X Image Processor for notable low light performance, as well as a 50x optical zoom Carl Zeiss Vario Sonnar T lens with a 100x Clear Image Zoom. A 4.3-215mm focal length with a 35mm equivalent of 24-1200mm allows this lens significant wide-angle and considerable telephoto shooting abilities. It also features a wide 2.8 aperture, which is especially useful in low-light as it allows for brighter images. A 3″ Xtra Fine 921k-dot tilting LCD monitor as well as an electronic eye-level viewfinder allow you to view and compose high-quality images. Capture full HD 1080p AVCHD video at 60p and 24p and use the optical SteadyShot Image Stabilization to compensate for camera shake in order to provide clearer images. This is especially useful in low light and when using the longer focal lengths. For sports photography and during motion-filled photo capturing moments, the HX400V features 10 frames per second continuous shooting at the full 20.4MP resolution, which ensures sharp, clear images that are less likely to be missed.

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Adirondack Color "Adirondack Color" says:

Typical excellent product from Sony Typical excellent product from Sony, images as clear as my Sony DSLR’s, Telephoto lens is smooth and quiet. Very happy with this camera.

Stargeezer says:

Finally, a Viewfinder Okay, the viewfinder isn’t the highest priority for a camera, but after three weeks in Australia and New Zealand, I was kind of tired of guessing whether I was really getting the shot I was aiming for. I’d been bothered by the difficulty to see the screen on my HX30V (and HX5V before it), but kind of suffered along contorting and squinting in the sun. After all, until I got to Australia, there was often a tree or something to provide shade, and a steadying prop for telephoto shots…

eric amerman says:

Five Stars does everything I wanted it to do and more.

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