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Specifications of Sony Cybershot DSC HX200V
PixelsOptical Sensor Resolution (in MegaPixel)18.2 MP
SensorSensor TypeExmor R CMOS SensorSensor Size1/2.3 Inches
LensLens TypeCarl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar TAuto FocusContrast Detection AFFocal Length4.8 - 144 mm (35 mm Equivalent to 27 - 810 mm)Color FilterPrimary (RGB) Color FilterManual FocusYes
ZoomOptical Zoom30xDigital Zoom120x
DisplayDisplay TypeXtraFine LCD TruBlack TechnologyScreen Size3 InchesImage Display Resolution921600 dotsVideo Display Resolution1920 x 1080 pixels (Full HD)ViewFinderOptical View Finder
Power SourceSupplied BatteryLi-ion Battery (NP-FH50)AC AdaptorAC Adaptor Supported
Media & SoftwareUpgradeable MemoryYesMemory Card TypeMemory Stick Duo, Memory Stick PRO Duo, Memory Stick PRO HG Duo, Memory Stick micro, Memory Stick micro (Mark2), SD, SDHC, SDXC, microSD, microSDHC
Images & VideoImage FormatJPEG (DCF, DPOF)Audio FormatsAC3Video FormatAVC, AVCHD, MP4
FlashFlash ModesAuto, Rear Slow Sync, Slow Sync FlashFlash Range(ISO Auto) : Wide : 0.3 - 12.4m, Telephoto : 2.0 - 5.9m, (ISO 3200) : Wide : 17.5m, Telephoto : 8.4mBuilt in FlashYes
Shutter SpeedMaximum Shutter Speed1/4000 secMinimum Shutter Speed30 sec
Connectivity & System Req.USBUSB 2.0HDMIYes; HDMI Micro Connector
Other FeaturesISO RatingAuto / 100 / 125 / 160 / 200 / 250 / 320 / 400 / 500 / 640 / 800 / 1000 / 1250 / 1600 / 2000 / 2500 / 3200 / 4000 / 5000 / 6400 / 8000 / 10000 / 12800Self Timer2 sec, 10 secFace DetectionYesShooting Modes3D, Background Defocus, Easy Shooting, Intelligent Auto, Intelligent Sweep Panorama, Movie Mode, Panorama, Picture Effect, Program Auto, Scene Selection, Superior AutoDelete FunctionYesImage StabilizerYesMeteringCenter-Weighted, Multi Pattern, SpotMacro Mode (Exposure Mode)iAuto AF: 1 cm (W) - 200 cm (T), Program Auto AF: 1 cm (W) - 200 cm (T)Red Eye ReductionYesPicture Angle27 mm Wide AngleContinuous ShotsUp to 10 fpsWhite BalancingAuto, Cloudy, Daylight, Flash, Fluorescent, Incandescent, One Push, One Push Set, White Balance ShiftAperture Rangef/2.8 - f/5.6MicrophoneStereo MicrophoneAudio Video Interface (NTSC/PAL)V OutputAdditional Features3D Still Image, 3D Sweep Multi Angle, 60x Clear Image Zoom, Adult Priority, Advanced Sports Shooting, Anti Motion Blur, Aperture Priority, Auto Focus Illuminator, Auto Macro, B1 2 EV in increments of 1/3 EV, Backlight Correction HDR, Battery Life: 450 Shots / 225, Beach, Bionz Image Processor, Blur Free Photos, Center Weighted AF, Child Priority, Face Detection: Auto, Face Tracking Focus), Fierworks, Flexible Spot AF(Tracking Focus, Focus Mode: MultiPoint AF, Full HD Movies, Gourmet, Handheld Twilight, High Sensitivity, High Speed Auto Focus, Illustration, LCD Brightness Setting, Landscape, Manual Exposure, Maximum 8 Number Detectable Faces, Miniature, Night Portrait, Night Scene, Off, Patial Colour, Pet, Photo Creativity (9 Picture Effects Included), Picture Effect: HDR Painting, Pop Colour, Rich-tone Monochrome, Scene Mode: Shutter Speed Priority, Snow, Soft Hight Key, Soft Skin, Soft Snap, Spot AF, Standard Dynamic Range Optimiser, Steadyshot Inside Camera, Top Camera, Water Colour
Additional FeaturesColorBlackExternal MemoryYes; Up to 4 GB
Over all Review of Sony Cybershot DSC HX200V
Probably one of the best compact Point and Shoot device available in the market today is Sony Cybershot DSC HX200V, this device in generalised terminology falls under the category of superzoom devices and withholds a huge 18.2 megapixel sensor alongside a massive 30x stabilised optical zoom lens which is accompanied by a 3 inch LCD screen. Let alone the increment in the number of pixels in the sensor of the device, other treats are a faster AF system, a highly improved battery kit and Clear Image digital zoom, this extends the range of this device by an immediate factor of two down to the a maximum equivalent of 1620mm. The screen of this device is a 3 inch flip up screen which has a display pixel resolution of 921k pixels and provides a highly detailed view with a 0.2 inch and 201k dot electronic viewfinder. As expected from Sony, this device is definitely no rookie when it comes to gadgets and features intelligent auto modes, 3D shooting, Sweep Panorama and 3D panorama, it also offers a range of stacking modes designed to get good results in low light. Finally, it's fitted with a GPS receiver to automatically tag images with geopositional data.
Design and Build Quality
When talking of the technical design and dynamics of the device, Sony CyberShot HX200V remains unchanged from Sony CyberShot 100V. The exact dimensions of this device are 122mm x 87mm x 93mm, exactly the same as Sony CyberShot HX100V, only the weight of the device is few grams more than its predecessor i.e. 583 grams which includes card and battery. And as you can expect from any damn Sony device, when it comes to the looks department, the device exceeds expectations and is highly comfortable in hand. Sony CyberShot HX200V's artificial cadaver has a matt speckled end which looks good and provides a physical grip. There's room for three fingers on the grip with your right index finger resting contentedly on the shutter release and your left hand supporting the camera, SLR-style, underneath the lens. Behind the shutter discharge is a convention push button to which you can assign a variety of functions and another for changing the focus mode. Behind those on the right side of the top panel are the mode dial, on/off button and an make ineffective button for manually switching between the electronic viewfinder and LCD screen. The output ports are confined by a hinged hard cover on the left side of the camera body which opens to reveal a USB 2.0 port for off-loading images and clips and below that a mini HDMI port for connecting the camera to a suitably equipped TV or monitor. A lesser door below accesses the DC in port by which the battery is charged in the camera using the supplied charger.
Focus and Face Detection
Focus button provides three options, the default Multi-AF, Centre AF, and Flexible spot AF. There's also an AF tracking mode which is initiated in the modes that support it by pressing the centre button of the four-way controller once to activate it and a second time to lock the AF target onto the subject. Sony CyberShot HX200V also has Face detect AF. Sony has improved the speed of the HX200V's AF system with claimed speeds of 0.13 seconds. There's no doubt that in good lighting conditions the AF is very swift, the double-beep indicating that focus has been achieved occurs almost the instant you half-press the shutter release, but then Sony CyberShot HX200V's predecessor wasn't exactly a laggard in this respect.
Lens and Image Stabilization
Sony CyberShot HX200V comes fitted with exactly the same the same 4.8-144.mm f2.8-5.6 zoom lens as its predecessor. This has a 35mm equivalent range of 27 - 810mm which is as long as you're likely to need but at the wide angle end of the range the 27mm equivalent focal length doesn't match the super-wide field of view that you'll get from many of its competitors. Of course, neither of those models can match the HX200V's 810mm telephoto; if you want a lens that outreaches the HX200V at both ends of the zoom range you're looking at the Canon PowerShot SX40 HS with its monster 24-840mm range. Cyber-shot HX200V features the Optical SteadyShot image stabilisation system which shifts the lens elements to compensate for camera movement. Optical SteadyShot is activated by default, can't be turned off and has no optional settings other than for movie shooting (see the movie section below). In place of my usual before and after shots then, the 100 percent crop shown below right is from the red area indicated on the full frame on the left.
Screen and Menus
Sony CyberShot HX200V has a 3 inch LCD screen with 920k pixels. Its 4:3 proportions mean that the entire screen area is used for composition and playback of still images with black bars appearing top and bottom for HD movie recording. It's a bright contrasty screen which displays a high level of detail with no visible pixellation and it provides a reasonably good view in bright light. In sunny conditions, like most screens it becomes very difficult to see, but the fact that you can flip it up or downwards does at least provide some options for keeping it out of direct sunlight as well as being useful for shooting from low and high viewpoints.
Sony CyberShot HX200V is powered by the same NP-FH50 info-lithium battery as its predecessor, but Sony has managed to squeeze extra life from it with a claimed 450 shots nearly 150 more than the HX100V. Obviously that's going to depend on your usage of the LCD but if you stick to the EVF Sony reckons you can increase that to 490 shots.
Sony Cybershot HX200V has four movie quality modes encoded using the AVCHD format. The best quality HD format is 1080p50/60 (region dependent) which is encoded at an average bit rate of 28Mbps. There are two interlaced options, 1080i50/60, at average bit rates of 24 and 17Mbps respectively and finally a 1440 x 1080i50/60 option at 9Mbps. If you switch from AVCHD to MP4 encoding the options become 1440x1080, 720x1080 and 640x480 all at 25fps (or 30fps in NTSC regions).
Sony Cybershot HX200V's 18.2 Megapixel EXMOR back-illuminated CMOS sensor produces images with a maximum size of 4896 x 3672 pixels. Images are saved as JPEG compressed files with a file size of around 4 to 7MB. The ISO range is 100 to 12,800.
Fast 10-frame burst shooting.
Eye sensor automatically switches from EVF to screen.
1080p50/60 best quality HD video.
Poor High ISO noise performance.
Lens cap obstructs lens on power-up.
No RAW mode.
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11 May 2012: Sony Cybershot DSC HX200V has been made available. The camera features new EXMOR R CMOS sensor with a megapixel count of 18.2 that allows you to shoot clear images even in low-lit conditions. Technically, sensitivity of it is extra high and the AF works at high speed. On summary note, the camera puts before you an optical zoom up to 30x and a clear image digital zoom up to 60x. There are nine picture effects and option for photo creativity. There is GPS log REC and compass. For all your viewing and composing, the 3 inches wide Extra Fine LCD is there. For now, the camera can be owned at price of Rs. 24,990. Let's be briefed on whats on the offerings list:
* The high speed AF lets you catch moving subjects quite sharply and precisely.
* There are 9 picture effects (Partial Colour, Toy Camera, Soft High-key, HDR Painting, Pop Colour, Rich-tone Monochrome, Illustration,
Miniature and Watercolor Painting) under photo creativity that have the power to turn your picture into an artwork.
* With GPS Log REC functions, you can record the location as well direction of the images captured.
* With 3 inches wide Xtra Fine LCD monitor, you can view your pics in wide angled display.
* The new Exmor R CMOS sensor is simply twice as sensitive towards light compared to CMOS sensors that have been produced till date.
So you can catch photos even in low light conditions. The Extra High sensitivity technology gets activated when you shoot in such situations.
* HX220V brings three technologies in sync, the BIONZ processor, CMOS sensor, and advanced AF, which let you focus and shoot in 0.13sec.
If you have a passion for photography, then Sony Cybershot DSC HX200V will stimulate your fervour. The Sony Cybershot DSC HX200V is a compact camera with big zoom range. Unlike other compact cameras, this is not a pocket device. It has to be worn along the neck, slung over a shoulder-with or tucked in a suitable pocket of a rucksack. The device offers 18.2Megapixel CCD sensor that is a highest resolution sensor in a compact camera. One of the most powerful zoom lenses (30X) and 1/2.3inch Sony Exmor R CMOS sensor characterise Sony Cybershot DSC HX200V. The design and all-black matte finish with various DSLR-like dials and controls, both angle adjustable LCD and in-built electronic viewfinder gives Sony Cybershot DSC HX200V a serious enthusiasts look. Sony Cybershot DSC HX200V with a degree of complexity can be used by professionals with ease. The back plate of the Sony Cybershot DSC HX200V is unsurprisingly dominated by the tilting 3inch, whopping 921k dot resolution LCD screen which can be angled up or down but not till 180 degrees. From wide angles to telephoto, the camera assures you a better photograph with its 30x high optical zoom-Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar lens. The Sony Cybershot DSC HX200V characterise a refined gyro sensor and integrated anti-shake technology that ensures still and clear imaging by minimizing the blur.
Price of Sony Cybershot DSC HX200V in the above table are in Indian Rupees.
The latest price of Sony Cybershot DSC HX200V was obtained on Jul 21, 2014.
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