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$339.99 - $569.96
Summary:A 20-megapixel camera from Sony with a 3-inch LCD, 30x optical zoom, an image stabilizer and manual controls.
I bought my Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-HX50V because of the fast focusing, 3-way stabilization and 30x zoom in a small, light camera! I am thrilled to have amazing low light performance. Also, the Soft Skin setting is the best I have ever seen - it makes all adults look at least 10 years younger. I'm gonna keep taking picutes of my pix 'til I'm a teenager agail...lol! Seriously I love this camera. It's my 4th digital and it'll probably be my companion for a long time. I'm taking it on vacation soon ... will update this review once we return.
How long have you owned it:
A month or less
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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