Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX20V Review

July 9, 2012 | Mark Goldstein |

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The HX20V comes close to being the perfect traveller's camera, with a high resolution, long zoom and built-in geotagging features that put your pictures on the map. The auto modes are fast and accurate, consistently producing detail-packed, vivid results.
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The Sony Cyber-shot HX20V is a feature-rich 20x travel compact that‘s up there with the best of them. While the omission of Raw recording is disappointing, the HX20V is otherwise a very well appointed camera with plenty of useful shooting features and exposure modes designed to help you capture the perfect image.
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With its Cyber-shot DSC-HX20V, Sony packs a long 20x zoom lens and GPS into one decidedly svelte camera. It's one of the more expensive compact superzoom models you'll find, but all those features along with high performance warrant the price.
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A fantastic array of innovative and genuinely useful features, but image quality has its ups and downs.
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The Cyber-shot DSC-HX20V is the midrange model in Sony's trio of GPS-equipped travel zoom cameras. All three cameras -- the HX10V ($330), HX20V ($370), and HX30V ($390) -- all use the same 18.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor. The differences are simple: the HX10V has a 16X zoom lens, while the other two models have a 20X lens. The HX30V earns its flagship status by offering Wi-Fi support.
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