Sony DSCHX90V/B Overview
In this Sony DSCHX90V/B review, you will learn that the camera comes equipped with 18.2 megapixels and an Exmor R CMOS sensor. It is these two qualities of the camera that gives it the ability to capture amazing photographs, even in the dead of night. The premium Carl Zeiss lens comes with a 5-axis image stabilization. This enhances the ability of the camera to take images. The 60x clear image digital zoom doubles the camera’s optical zoom, allowing it to capture better photographs.
The pop-up OLED Tru-Finder comes with approximately 638k dots resolution that allows the camera to take in every detail of the scene, making its images brighter and have a high contrast. With the electronic viewfinder, you can monitor your results as it displays the images that are to appear in the recording, and you can review and adjust your settings accordingly. The blur caused by objects moving can be considerably reduced thanks to the 5-axis image stabilization. This technology combined with its intelligent Active Mode allows for stabilized images. The Sony DSCHX90V/B comes with the additional features of selfie-ready multi-angle LCD, Memory Recall, being able to capture moments at 10 fps, and much more.
Sony DSCHX90V/B YouTube Performance Review
With the Sony DSCHX90V/B, you can capture high-quality HD videos in the XAVC S format. The camera comes with a built-in microphone, which can capture even the slightest of sounds. The compression noise is minimal, even in scenes that have a lot of movement. The camera has adopted PCM for audio compression because of which the sound is of high quality. It is ideal for HDTV and Blu-ray disc burning as the camera also records its videos in AVCHD. You even have the choice to compress videos in the MP4 format.
- Compact and easy to carry
- Comes with a built-in GPS
- Has an amazing zoom capability
- The 3-inch LCD can tilt upwards
- Has an electronic viewfinder
- Records 29-minute segments
- Has a 30-second shutter speed
- Comes with a self-timer
- Includes image stabilization
- Shutter speed is not as fast as one would like it to be
- Could have come with a better battery life
- It is not weather resistant
- External memory is not included
- No other flash types are available except the built-in flash
Summing up the Sony DSCHX90V/B review, it has been dubbed as the world’s lightest and smallest zoom camera. Easy to carry around anywhere in your pocket, the camera gives its user the ability to capture stunning images with special thanks to its incredible zoom ability. Its users can share images almost instantly once connected to the Wi-Fi and it has the ability to share photos with your smartphone. With its 180-degree screen tilting ability and electronic viewfinder, the camera helps the user take pictures from different angles.