The oft-rumored HX9V and HX100V are now official as Sony’s latest Cyber-shot models. Both camera feature 16.2MP Exmor R CMOS sensors and Optical SteadyShot image stabilization.
The Sony Cyber-shot HX9V sports a 16x optical zoom lens with a 24mm equivalent wide-angle field of view. The HX100V is a superzoom model with 30x optical zoom, which starts a 27mm on the wide end. Both models offer a max sensitivity up to ISO 3200 and capture Full HD 1080p video at 60p.
The HX9V and HX100V feature 3-inch touchscreen displays with a 921k-dot resolution. Of course, both models offer Sony’s signature 3D Sweep Panorama mode for easy panoramic images. Both cameras should be available in April 2011.
Along with the HX9V and HX100V, Sony also unveiled the no-frills Cyber-shot W520, which sports a 14.1MP sensor, 5x zoom lens and 2.7-inch LCD. The W520 is set for March 2011 availability.
More details and images below. [click to continue…]
Panasonic’s HDC-HS700 is a great little HDD/SD hybrid AVCHD camcorder that will serve well for most anyone wanting to produce rock solid HD video and the integrated 5.1 channel built in mic can make for fun, surround sound home movies.
Read the full review at Tech Tilt: Panasonic HDC-HS700 Full HD Camcorder Review
The Canon VIXIA HF-S21 is a compact camcorder that captures Full HD 1920 x 1080 in AVCHD format with a number of frame rate options. The Canon VIXIA HF-S21 is larger than entry-level camcorders like the Sony HDR-CX350V; however, it’s not so big to prevent you from toting it on family outings or other casual endeavors.
Read the rest of the review at Tech Tilt: Canon VIXIA HF S21 Camcorder Review.
At PMA 2010, I’ve had the opportunity to get some hands-on time with a number of cameras. One of the most impressive new cameras that I’ve seen has been the new Nikon Coolpix P100. To see what makes this camera special, check out the big hands-on review below. [click to continue…]
With the ever-growing crowd of HD video shooters out there, Lexar has stepped up to the plate with some high speed, high capacity SDHC and Memory Stick Pro Duo memory cards. Expect them to be available in March. See the press release below for more info on capacities and formats. [click to continue…]