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This review is from: Sony Cyber-Shot DSC HX50V/B 20-Megapixel Digital Camera Bundle - Black
Pros: Well built camera with lots of features and love having the 30x zoom as well as the exposure compensation wheel on top. Image stabilization is very good and takes great pics in low light. I like having a pop up flash I can control. Shot response time is pretty good. I got it at through Newegg at a great price with a very nice case and SDXC card which I don't see included now. Long battery life too is a plus. Also takes very nice videos with good audio.
Cons: Worst is the LCD screen in bright light which just washes out badly. WiFi doesn't work with my older Mac and could be better. The menus also offer lots of options, but are a bit hard to navigate. Also, no RAW files for those who want that.
Other Thoughts: Really like this camera, but a better LCD screen in bright light would be appreciated. Maybe they'll fix my other quibbles too in a future release. It's probably a dream for now, but would like a pocketable long zoom camera with a larger sensor.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX50V Digital Camera Bundle 32GB SDHC Card Sony Case Black
Pros: Very nice camera and bundle at a great price, especially with the case and SD card. Like new condition. Arrived quickly. Camera has a lot of great options and flexibility and does well in low light conditions. Love the exposure compensation dial to compensate for lighting conditions.
Cons: The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX50V does seem to have a bit more of a glare problem with its LCD screen than some other cameras.
Other Thoughts: Camera feels well made and well thought out with all its features. However, it will take some time to get to know all its features and capabilities.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: SSD fits in easily and is held snuggly.
Cons: Ordered this for my iMac, but it requires a converter, not adapter. Maybe my lack of knowledge, but would be nice if this was made clear.
Other Thoughts: This should work fine for when a 2.5" - 3.5" adapter is needed for a drive bay, but not when you only have room for a 3.5" drive and need a converter.READ FULL REVIEW