An impressive amount of detail is captured by the Sony HX300.
Exposures are generally well balanced, with good colour rendition.
This image is taken at the widest point of the Sony HX300's optical zoom lens.
While here, the image has been taken at the furthest reach of the optical zoom - putting in an impressively stabilised performance.
The Sony HX300 makes for a good all-round camera, able to capture well a wide variety of different subjects.
At the widest point of the Sony HX300's lens, an equivalent of 24mm (in 35mm terms) is offered, making it useful for capturing lots in a scene.
At the furthest reach of the 50x optical zoom, it's an impressive 1200mm.
Another example showing the 50x zoom in operation - here's the wide angle.
And fully zoomed.
The camera copes well with moving subjects.
A range of digital filters are available to use on the Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-HX300, including the following.
This is a standard JPEG, so you can see the difference when filters are applied.
Partial Colour (red)