Sony Cyber-Shot HX90 Compact System Camera

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The Sony Cyber-Shot HX90 Compact System Camera can shoot and share impressive sceneries, even from afar. With its 30x optical zoom, 18.2 megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor and a Full HD 1080p video resolution, you’ll be able to capture incredible details of all that surrounds you. Detailed results with location tagging Thanks to its Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* zoom lens with five-axis image stabilization system, the X90 produces high contrast and sharp images. It is this lens which is capable of a 30x optical zoom, and 60x with Sony’s Clear Image Zoom technology so you’ll be able to capture faraway subjects in an incredible detail. Wi-Fi & NFC There’s only one thing better than taking a great photo, and that’s sharing it. With Wi-Fi and NFC built-in you can share your best shots in a second.

And with the Smartphone remote app you’ll always be in control thanks to remote shooting. Tilting LCD display & OLED viewfinder The 3-inch LCD display can be tilted by up to 180 degrees which is ideal for selfie shots. This versatile camera even has a pop-up OLED viewfinder which features real-time data for planning and previewing shots. Full HD video Capture movies in Full HD 1080p for a high quality video which can be played back on your high-definition TV. Recording frames in XAVC S and MP4, the format is ideal for sharing because it is extra-smooth and compressed. Control ring A borrowed function from Sony’s premium point-and-shoot range is the control ring.