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Big Zoom Cameras

  1. Sony Cybershot HX50V


    The Sony Cybershot HX50v compact camera delivers amazing features in a tiny body, starting with the 30x Optical zoom lens. This means you can get really close to a distant subject and still get crisp, clear shots thanks to the Optical Steady Shot stabilisation. The external accessory shoe lets you attach a flash, a viewfinder for traditionalists, or a microphone for better audio during AVCHD video recording. Users can shoot with Auto settings or Manual settings if they want a bit more control, including aperture and shutter priority modes. The included WiFi lets you share your shots with your smartphone and other wireless devices so you can shoot and upload your adventures straight away.

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  2. Sony Cybershot HX60

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    Boasting 30x optical zoom G lens™ in a compact body, Cyber-shot HX60V is the perfect pocket-sized camera.
    Combined with Exmor R™ CMOS sensor, the newly developed BIONZ X processor and Optical SteadyShot™, it captures blur-less high quality detailed images even at maximum zoom in dim light.

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  3. Sony Cybershot RX10

    • 1" 20.2MP Exmor R™ sensor for extreme low-light shots
    • Bright f/2.8 24-200mm Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* Lens
    • Simple connectivity to smartphones via Wi-Fi or NFC
    • Up to ISO 12800 sensitivity with advanced noise reduction
    • P/A/S/M operating modes with smooth precise control ring
    • Record your photos as JPEG files, RAW files, or both
    • Full HD movies at 60p/24p with full exposure control
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  4. Sony Cybershot WX350

    Acclaimed as the world's smallest and lightest camera with 20x optical zoom G lens™ and 470-shot stamina, Cyber-shot WX350 captures every photo with high-resolution, life-like images effortlessly. Experience instant sharing of your precious memories with your loved ones via WiFi and NFC. Full Details


Ted's Sharing your love of Photography

How'd they do that?
"Sunrise on the Mt." By Joel Strickland

Tips from the photographer

  • Get up early, the light at sunrise can be amazing.
  • Act quick, the light isn’t like this for long.
  • Shoot raw, it helps to capture the full colour range.

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