Sony DSC-HX95 Compact Digital 18.2 MP Camera with 24-720 mm Zoom and 4K Recording – Black

December 25, 2018 - Comment

Product Features The world’s smallest camera with wide zoom range 4K movies recorded with full pixel readout Eye AF feature for perfect portrait shots Continuous shooting at up to 10 frames per second Rechargeable Battery Pack NP-BX1 ,AC Adaptor, Micro USB cable, Wrist Strap, Instruction Manual Find More Sony Equipment Sony Alpha 7 IV | Full-Frame

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Product Features

  • The world’s smallest camera with wide zoom range
  • 4K movies recorded with full pixel readout
  • Eye AF feature for perfect portrait shots
  • Continuous shooting at up to 10 frames per second
  • Rechargeable Battery Pack NP-BX1 ,AC Adaptor, Micro USB cable, Wrist Strap, Instruction Manual

Comments

Anonymous says:

Excellent lightweight, compact superzoom camera with outstanding video Length:: 0:54 Mins For the last three years my main ‘travel zoom’ camera has been the Sony DSC-HX60, an earlier version of this DSC-HX95 camera and I was keen to test the upgrades this newer model brings. My first observations were the light weight, compact size (the small HX60 feels chunky in comparison), flip-up monitor, electronic viewfinder and Carl Zeiss lens which produces even cleaner and sharper images.The 3″ screen gives a clear, bright image and…

Anonymous says:

Limited update but excellent camera. This camera, a new 2018 model from Sony, is almost exactly the same as the Sony DSCHX90 which is around five-years old. So most of the buttons are in exactly the same place, a case for the DSCHX90 will also fit the DSC-HX95.There’s one key difference between the HX90 and HX95 – the latter will record in 4K video. Other than that there are a few more minor changes – the viewfinder now uses organic LED technology. Certainly technology advances in terms of small cameras seems to be…

Anonymous says:

Compare with the HX99 The DSC-HX95 is a good camera, particularly when you consider its diminutive size, however it lacks any facility to perform manual focus, which means you are totally reliant on the, albeit reasonable, autofocus capabilities. By comparison, its older brother the DSC-HX99 has a touch-screen that allows you to choose your subject and the option of manual focus to perfect what the automatic achieves, all for about £20 extra outlay on the launch prices (and currently cheaper at the time of writing)…

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