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Sony DSCWX350 Digital Compact Camera with Wi-Fi and NFC (18.2 MP, 20x Optical Zoom) - Black
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- Compatible with NP-BX1 series battery
- G Lens with 20x optical zoom.Input and output terminals multi/micro USB terminal*8 , hi-speed USB (USB2.0), micro HDMI
- NFC one-touch Wi-Fi sharing and control. Self-Timer: Off, 10 second, 2second, portrait1, portrait2
- Pixel Super Resolution technology analyses each pixel and up scales images restoring detail at zoom
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|Sold By||Available from these sellers||Amazon.co.uk||TUFFskinz||Amazon.co.uk||velectronics||urboturbo25|
|Display Size||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||2.7 inches||3 inches||2.7 inches|
|Effective Still Resolution||18.2 megapixels||20.2 megapixels||20.4||20.5 megapixels||20.2 megapixels||20.1 megapixels|
|Has Image Stabilization||Yes||—||Yes||Yes||—||Yes|
|Item Dimensions||2.57 x 9.6 x 5.49 cm||9.7 x 2.8 x 5.5 cm||10.81 x 3.83 x 6.36 cm||9.5 x 5.8 x 2.4 cm||9.96 x 2.28 x 5.8 cm||5.23 x 2.23 x 9.31 cm|
|Item Weight||137 grams||180 grams||246 grams||130 grams||147 grams||122 grams|
|Max Focal Length||500 mm||625 mm||750 mm||40||300 mm||36 mm|
|Min Focal Length||25 mm||—||25 mm||5||25 mm||4.5 mm|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||18.2 megapixels||20.2 megapixels||20.4||20 megapixels||20.2 megapixels||20.1 megapixels|
|Removable Memory||Memory Stick; Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card||—||Memory Stick; Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card||Secure Digital card||Secure Digital card||—|
|Special Feature||NFC||—||Serial Shot Mode; Shutter Priority; Aperture Priority||—||—||—|
Colour Name: Black | Style Name: Camera
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20x zoom pocket-sized marvel. Good things come in small, beautifully designed packages. This easy-to-use, pocket-sized camera delivers high image quality, thanks to the Exmor R CMOS 18.2 megapixel sensor, newly developed BIONZ X image processing engine and high 20x optical zoom with smart, hand-balancing Optical SteadyShot. With built-in Wi-Fi and One touch NFC, you can easily connect with smartphones and other mobile devices to share your memories with loved ones. Plus, add new features to your camera whenever you wish with PlayMemories Camera Apps.
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|Megapixels||18.2 MP||18.2 MP||18.2 MP|
|Sensor Type||1/2.3 inch||1/2.3 inch||1/2.3 inch|
|Focal Length||24-720 mm CZ||25-500 mm G||24-720 mm CZ|
|LCD||3.0 inch (Flip/921 k)||3.0 inch (460 k)||3.0 inch (Flip/921 k)|
|Viewfinder||yes (OLED, 638 k)|
|Format||XAVC S||XAVC S||XAVC S|
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Very good sensor so the picture quality is just out of this world. Very fast focusing.
Automatically adjusts setting so you always get the best results.
Very good at low light if you don't want to use the flash. Does some amazing wizardry and results are fantastic!
Video is very smooth and with built in optical stability, looks great! Shoots Full HD at 60fps.
20x zoom is terrific and stable!
Does 360 panorama which is really easy to shoot.
Has both Wi-Fi and NFC so you can wirelessly stream your pics to your PC, Phone, Tablet or TV.
Oh did i mention that the battery life is out of this world! 470 pictures on one charge! Other similarly prices cameras cant even get 300.
Although build qual is excellent, aluminium body etc, the shutter button feels a bit spongy and somehow fragile. Doesn't feel secure or sturdy. Never the less it works great! And if it ever breaks theres a 1yr guarantee.
Screen res is average. Only a 460k display. Would be nice to have a 921k like on the HX60. But its not like your going to be using it as a TV screen, and as the camera adjusts all the settings for you, all you'll be using it for is aligning the shot.
If your looking for a compact camera with amazing performance that will automatically adjust all your settings and only cost £180. This is the one!
(and a couple of waterproof(ish) fuji's)
Obviously cameras improve as they go through the ages but this has been the biggest leap since the Panasonic.
With the last camera going in the swimming pool with the pram (fortunately no baby), I was comparing the ixus 265, a canon sx200 and the sony wx220 when a black friday knocking another £30 off made me go for this.
I've had it for a week and agree with the other comments that the submenus aren't very intuitive but have been using the camera mainly in auto mode which has been handling the variety of conditions very well. Focusing is very quick and the quality is very good. Due to the zoom you can create a very good depth of field. The low light handling is very good using the scene modes but even in video is very good.
I've just played back the video on my tv (sd card reader has worked fine but I'll probably get a micro hdmi cable) and was very impressed with the quality even at the 1080i mode but just switched to 1080p and even more impressed.
One flaw I've found is the flash can accidently get partially covered by your finger if not careful especially in portrait.
I got the proper Sony case which is a snug fit which is how I like it.
Overall, highly recommend for a camera of this genre.
Key features are TWO magic button modes - one is the straight forward point and shoot and the other does even more to prevent wobble or over-exposure. It does have a panoramic option and I have read the instructions and it seems easy to use but I haven't - yet. It also has other options - but again I haven't used those. In magic mode it recognised the type of shoot (night, portrait, scenic etc) very quickly and set appropriately. It was also very easy to switch from still to video - so much so I have taken a lot more video than usually. The battery life is excellent - it did 3 Florida theme parks plus lots of play back before needing a charge. However I had bought and charged a spare battery just in case. You can get bargains - I bought a Maxsimafoto one which was much cheaper than Sony (off Amazon) and just as good. I did use a very good quality SD card as this camera takes HD video. I bought a Memzi Ultima Pro SDHC card (off Amazon) which are recommended for these cameras. It did work very well but of course I can't tell you how another would have done. I have reviewed and downloaded my pictures and videos and they are excellent quality - even the sound. At a recent car show my son (aged 10) also used this and found it really easy and took some great photos.
I have also used the wifi connection which is really useful but as I take a lot of photos I tend to take the card out and insert into my printer for transfer.
This camera is light but feels well made. The controls are not too fiddly to work with long nails. It sits in the hand comfortably ready to use but is not so small you feel you have a toy. My only issue is the review and playback and I'm certain that's user error! It does have a lot of options on review which makes it harder to just look at the picture and then those before.