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Wednesday, January 2, 2013

review of photographer's camera, digital cameras : "high-zoom",long zoom, super-zoom x16, x18, x20 and x24 and "x40", 12-24Mpix; hyper compact; GPS; video

"high-zoom", long zoom,  super-zoom x16, x18, x20, x24 and ( "x40" by sony)
AND
12-24Mpix
AND
 hyper compact
AND
price<300 br="br">

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http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/browse/cameras-and-camcorders/compact-digital-cameras/superzoom/n-6j4-6je-1z0zl1h/

Canon PowerShot SX500 IS review

A 30x zoom, decent resolution and compact body for less than £300 makes the superzoom Canon PowerShot SX500 IS a tempting option. Read more
£280
12 September 2012 by Nik Rawlinson
CNET UK > Reviews > Cameras and Camcorders > Compact Digital Cameras


Editors:
4.0 stars out of 5

Samsung WB850F review

The Samsung WB850F's a superzoom compact with punchy output and built-in GPS and Wi-Fi. It's a travel photographer's camera that has it all. Read more
£265
30 July 2012 by Nik Rawlinson
CNET UK > Reviews > Cameras and Camcorders > Compact Digital Cameras


Editors:
4.0 stars out of 5


 
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Fujifilm FinePix F770EXR review

The Fujifilm FinePix F770EXR is an impressive all-round compact camera with a long zoom, high resolution and built-in GPS. Read more
£240
12 July 2012 by Nik Rawlinson
CNET UK > Reviews > Cameras and Camcorders > Compact Digital Cameras


Editors:
4.0 stars out of 5

a 20x zoom, equivalent to 25-500mm on a regular 35mm camera, 
with a maximum aperture of between f/3.5 and f/5.3, depending on magnification.  

SENSITIVITY:
Keep it at ISO 3,200 or below though, and you can make use of every photosite on the 16-megapixel chip to produce 4,608x3,456-pixel shots.

BAD: 
Noisy zoom when shooting movies
PRICE:
 min: 200$; 180€
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Nikon Coolpix S9300 review

The Nikon Coolpix S9300 is a high-resolution pocket camera with a long zoom, built-in GPS and plenty of automated shooting modes. Read more
£220
12 July 2012 by Nik Rawlinson
CNET UK > Reviews > Cameras and Camcorders > Compact Digital Cameras


Editors:
4.5 stars out of 5


Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX20V review

A long zoom, high resolution and built-in photo location tagging makes this a great camera for travellers. Read more
£379
15 May 2012 by Nik Rawlinson
Editors:
4.0 stars out of 5

18.2-megapixel pocket snapper (4896x3672 pixels) has a sturdy chassis without any flex or give, 

 a 20x optical zoom 

 "40x"

40x optical zoom doesn't stand up to particularly close scrutiny 

Sony's sales literature claims that the HX20V features '40x Clear Image Zoom' which, the company explains, 'doubles [the] 20x optical zoom range to an effective 40x, filling the frame with distant subjects while maintaining superb image quality'.
While I can't argue with the first half of that statement, the second half didn't chime with what I discovered in my tests.
The HX20V's zoom is extraordinary for so small a camera, and a real asset. If you're looking for a travel camera and don't want to carry a chunky body and several lenses then the optical zoom here gives you the equivalent of 25-500mm in a regular 35mm camera.  

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