Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX90V Review

August 4, 2015 | Jack Baker |

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The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX90V falls into the travel zoom category, with its seriously impressive optical zoom range of 24-270mm (35mm equivalent) inside a newly designed body that takes inspiration from Sony’s Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 III. The HX90V is smaller than its HX60V predecessor, and it promises better image quality and extra functionality, such as a tilting LCD screen and pop-up electronic viewfinder.
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The Cyber-shot DSC-HX90 is Sony's latest travel compact. It offers an amazing 30x zoom range in a body that will easily slip into your pocket. The HX90 looks and feels good too, and the inclusion of optical image stabilisation makes the zoom useful when shooting with the camera in the hand. For the most part the £320 Sony HX90 is a great little rival to the Panasonic TZ70, one of the most popular superzoom compacts of the moment.
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If Sony took longer than its rivals to get around to launching the 2015 version of its 30x compact, it was for good reason: everything has changed! The HX series has been completely redesigned, now offering a new 24-720mm f/3.5-6.4 lens, a pop-up electronic viewfinder, a 180° adjustable screen and a brand-new chassis inspired by the RX100 III. The HX90V and HX90 (respectively with and without GPS) are now the smallest 30x compacts around.
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The Sony Cyber-shot HX90V is the World's smallest compact camera with a 30x optical zoom. Announced in April 2015, it's the successor to the HX60 and HX50 models, sharing a similar optical zoom range, but packed into a smaller body.
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