Sony updates its premium bridge camera with a new sensor, performance enhancements and 4K video – but is it still too pricey?
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It may not have a viewfinder, but its 30x zoom and impressive feature set make it a powerful and affordable travel camera.
Despite having a pop-up viewfinder and an improved 30x zoom lens, Sony's HX90 is smaller than the HX60 it replaces.
The W800 is the cheapest Cyber-shot you can buy, but it still packs a 20.1MP sensor and 5x optical zoom.
Sony's latest 'lens camera' brings a 30x optical zoom. There's no screen, though, so you'll need your smart device to control it.
UpdatedExtended sensitivity range, a new lens, an electronic viewfinder built-in and a selfie-enabling screen.
The Sony HX60V includes an impressive 30x optical zoom in a relatively small body, plus the latest Bionz X processor for better image quality than from the HX50V.
With excellent zoom performance, first rate image stabilisation, a backlit CMOS sensor to help eliminate noise, and Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity, the Sony Cybershot WX350's slim body is packed with a lot of tech.
Sony's HX400V might look pretty much the same on the outside as the HX300V it's replacing, but there are lots of improvements under the hood.