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4.8 based on 6 customer reviews

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Perfect "road" camera

DSC-HX90V 04 June 2016 by dVaridel (Australia)

Main use is for the odd airport or plane that I see in my travels (Sales Rep), as well as some general landscapes and the happy snap. Love the pop up viewfinder - perfect for bright sunshine shoots. Level indicate cuts down on the editing, and the wireless transfer is easy to do and great addition. Had it 3 weeks, taken 200+ shots, no complaints.

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DSC-HX90V 07 February 2016 by deanmce (Australia)

What a great little Camera. It does everything so well, except, if you buy the "genuine" accessory case, remove the raised strip that contacts the bottom of the display panel at the back. Too much pressure is applied here and the sensor for the panel can think its open and displays upside down. Remove the sealed in strip and problem solved. It took a couple day for things to return to normal, no issue since. Sorry, had to put this here, the accessory review wouldn't allow an update.

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Best Travel Compact Camera

DSC-HX90V 30 October 2015 by SZBA (Australia)

This is the best Compact travel camera i have ever used. The features of this camera are endless. Its got a beautiful Zeiss lens,30x optical zoom, Exmor R CMos Sensor, wifi, NFC, Geo Tagging, Built in EVF (which is one of the best I have ever seen), 180 tiltable Lcd,,High quality videos, customisable control ring, and a popup flash..and lots more features.. Buttons can be customised. There is a guide or help button on the camera which is so handy. I know people always talk about low light performance, well although its true the ISO setting goes to 12,800 for stills but who uses that ISO level anyways.. U could use the reflective flash :-) as the flash is not fixed.. or use the aperture priority and you wont be disappointed.. and yes it only takes JPEG.. Let me tell you this JPEG VS RAW, although raw takes in more light , i was unable to find much difference between the two formats . Unless one uses Lightroom6 to enhance the effects (one can make a few changes to jpegs too).Secondly,one stores more pictures on a sd card in JPEG format than RAW. So for me , i am happy and give this product from Sony 5/5 .. Keep up the good work guys and of course, ITS A SONY .. :-) .

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Beautiful camera

DSC-HX90V 27 September 2015 by Hoppy (Australia)

Great camera. Compact but powerful. It all just works.

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Super zoom in your pocket

DSC-HX90V 14 September 2015 by Wwjdjake (Australia)

When I'm out on my bike, I will not always have my Sony a7s and 70-200mm lens on me... For obvious reasons. But this little Dynamo is always on hand when I'm riding down at the beach, out in the bush or wherever to capture a shot of whales, kangaroos, birds etc. and with the evf I don't have to worry about spotting my subject in bright sunlight. The selfie style monitor has also come in handy for those selfie shots with the Kangaroos down on Lucky Bay. Brilliant! Yes the controls are small, but to get the features on such a compact camera, of course they will be small.

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Recommended

DSC-HX90V 14 August 2015 by Shorty (Australia)

Camera meets my requirements for a compact, high zoom, wide angle travel camera which is ideal to have in my bag on a day to day basis. I love everything about it except I find the screen very hard to see when I'm outdoors. I have adjusted the setting to the brightest but still find it is not as good as at least one competitor. I would like to see Sony improve that for future releases. I would also like to see the on/off button in a more user friendly position. Saying that though, I am happy that I purchased this camera.

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