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Big Zoom Cameras

  1. Pentax XG-1

    The Pentax XG1 Digital compact camera is built like a DSLR but with the ease of use of a compact camera.
    Featuring a 52x zoom lens, which equates to 24-1,248mm in 35mm terms, this allows capturing everything from a wide landscape scene through to being able to capture action or wildlife from a fair distance away.
    The XG1 has the ability to capture still images in high resolution due to its 16 megapixel sensor and video in Full HD quality.
    A couple of unique features that the XG1 has included the ability to photograph at up to 60 frames per second, an sensor-shift-type SR (Shake Reduction) system to help keep the camera steady in particular when using the lens at maximum zoom range and a built in High Dynamic Range mode which combines three images at different exposure into one photo with has a wide exposure range.

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  2. Sony Cybershot HX300


    With a massive 50x Optical Zoom range, the Sony CyberShot HX300 covers every shooting possibility you can imagine.

    Shake-free results are easy to obtain even without a tripod thanks to the newly enhanced Optical SteadyShot, so you can confidently zoom in close to get the shot you want even when your subject is far away. The 20 Megapixel Exmor R sensor is designed to allow clear pictures even in lower lighting, combined with the Superior Automatic mode which will automatically select the best shooting mode for you, as well as an advanced high-speed autofocus means capturing brilliant photos is easy as point and shoot.

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  3. Sony Cybershot HX400V

    Dream big, zoom big

    Travel, wildlife, and more: pull everything closer with a powerful compact camera that handles and performs like a DSLR. Featuring a huge 50x optical zoom (100x Clear Image Zoom) and a sensitive 20.4MP Exmor™ R CMOS sensor – it delivers highly detailed images whether your subject is up close or far away.

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  4. Sony Cybershot HX60V

    Perfect for travel, the Sony CyberShot HX60V offers a versatile 30x Optical Zoom in a compact body along with all the necessities for the modern traveller.

    Featuring a 20 Megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor for excellent high resolution images, the HX60V incorporates a GPS receiver to tag your images with your location, so the camera will remember where you took that gorgeous landscape photo even if you don't. The included Wi-Fi functionality means you can simply shoot and share by transferring photos directly to a mobile for immediate upload to your favourite social media websites, or simply use your phone as a live view remote control so you can easily capture yourself in the photo.

    The high performance G series lens contains Optical SteadyShot to ensure detailed, shake-free images even at maximum zoom so you never miss the shot you want, even if the subject is far away.

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  5. Sony Cybershot RX10

    Sony's RX10 is designed to be a versatile enthusiast compact camera without compromise. Offering a large, 1" EXMOR R image sensor for oustanding image quality even at higher sensitivities, the RX10 captures stunning detail through the incredible Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* lens.

    With an 8.3x optical zoom giving a 35mm equivalent range of 24-200mm, the RX10 allows photographers to express their creative vision without restriction. The bright f/2.8 constant aperture means that regardless of what focal length is being used, the aperture remains the same, allowing brilliant performance in dim lighting conditions and indoors, while also providing the ability to capture beautiful portraits with crisp detailed subjects and a pleasing soft background. 

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  6. Sony Cybershot WX350

    The Sony Cyber-Shot WX350 digital compact camera is packed full of features, including a 18 megapixel sensor, a 20x optical zoom lens and outstanding battery life of over 400+ shots

    The WX350 also feature Wi-Fi connectivity to allow the user to share images direct from the camera to tablets and smartphones via the Sony Play Memories App

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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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