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Great device for amateur and up. User friendly with or without the manual.

Puntos Fuertes: Many photoshop type features built in. Very cool slide show transitions with music choices.

Puntos Débiles: Some consider the lens cover pop off a weakness, but I liked now worrying about whether or not I had taken it off.

Purchased my HX1 two weeks prior to a cruise vacation. Was fully into using it by the time we left and shot the best pictures of my life! Love take close ups with the "food" feature.

By anonymous; - Dec 17, 2009

Very happy with my purchase

Puntos Fuertes: Sweep panoramic function, quick recovery between pictures, great fit for my hand, easy to use

Puntos Débiles: none so far

I bought this camera at the Sturgis motorcycle rally this week and have already taken 1500 pictures, including about 15 panoramic. I read the manual the night I bought the camera and started using it the next morning. The controls are easy to find and easy to adjust. I have always used Kodak cameras, this is my first Sony and I am very happy with this camera. 90% of the pictures I have taken have been taken from the back of our motorcycle, and the pictures are sharp and clear! I recommend this camera to anyone who takes pictures of people/things moving or while you are moving. I will use this for more motorcycle pictures and for my kids soccer games as well. The sweep panoramic feature is awesome and fun to use.

By anonymous; - Aug 7, 2009

Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-HX1

Puntos Fuertes: Light weight. Very easy to use even for amatures. The panoramic swoop function is out of this world.500 pics taken , all masterpices

Puntos Débiles: none

This camera is a master piece. The functions are all easily selected and every amature can master this camera by going through the hand book once only. Exceptional night shooting in "P" mode without using the flash

Por Alexj1005 - Sep 30, 2009

DSC Hx1

Puntos Fuertes: Amazing Features ...Quality of images both still and Video. Fast.. double viewing and shooting option. Light and easy to handle. Feels very good in hand. Great battery. 20x opt.

Puntos Débiles: Lens cap falls off when you turn on the camera. Take it off first.

I purchased Aug 09)and took it on vacation. This camera can do much more than other smaller size cameras. Excellent video and stills.Sinks with sun to fill in the shadows. The flash can reach 20 feet.

Por AVent; - Aug 23, 2009

Great device for amateur and up. User friendly with or without the manual.

Puntos Fuertes: Many photoshop type features built in. Very cool slide show transitions with music choices.

Puntos Débiles: Some consider the lens cover pop off a weakness, but I liked now worrying about whether or not I had taken it off.

Purchased my HX1 two weeks prior to a cruise vacation. Was fully into using it by the time we left and shot the best pictures of my life! Love take close ups with the "food" feature.

Por GaryLG65 - Dec 17, 2009

DCRP Review: Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX1

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX1 is a super zoom camera with a lot of unique and compelling features. Sony clearly put a lot of effort into giving the HX1 its top-notch burst mode, one-of-a-kind sweep panorama feature, and its two anti-blur modes. If they had spent some more time on image quality, then Sony would've really knocked one out of the park. Unfortunately, they did not -- the HX1's...
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By DCResource - May 24, 2009

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX1 Review

Sony took a different approach to maximizing the advantage of a CMOS sensor in a long zoom digital camera, while keeping the resolution low to keep expectations a bit more realistic. The result is the Sony HX1, a 20x zoom digital camera that can do what most consumers want -- get in close -- while delivering good 11x14-inch printed results. The Sony HX1's 20x zoom ranges from 28 to 560mm...
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By Imaging Resource - Sep 30, 2009

Camera Labs – Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX1 review

Sony’s Cyber-shot DSC-HX1 is a powerful super-zoom camera with some pretty unique features that allow it to stand out from the crowd. At the core is a flexible 20x optical zoom range taking you from 28mm wide-angle to serious 560mm telephoto, complete with effective image stabilisation. Round the back is a vertically-tilting 3in screen which allows you to easily compose at high or low angles....
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By cameralabs.com - Jun 28, 2009

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX1 Review

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX1 is a super-zoom camera with some rather unique features up its proverbial sleeve. These include a 20x zoom lens and 9 megapixel CMOS sensor, both of which utilise Sony's DSLR technology, 3 inch tiltable LCD screen, and fast 10fps burst shooting mode. Going up against the likes of the Canon Powershot SX20 IS, Panasonic FZ38 and Olympus SP-590UZ, we find out if the...
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By photographyblog.com - Aug 31, 2009

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX1

THE GOOD: Fast; tiltable LCD; Hand-held Twilight mode produces better-than-average photos in low light; zooms during movie capture. THE BAD: Small EVF; no raw support; HDMI output requires dongle; no standard continuous-shooting mode. THE BOTTOM LINE: Tradeoffs abound in Sonys Cyber-shot DSC-HX1 megazoom: though its fast and has some really novel, useful features, it just doesnt deliver the photo...
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By cnet.com - Apr 30, 2009

Best Camcorder for Still Photos

Technically, the Sony DSC-HX1 is a digital camera that can record 1080p HD video. However, its versatility makes it a worthy recommendation for anyone looking to capture high-quality HD video...
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By bestcovery.com - Jun 30, 2009

Sony Cybershot DSC-HX1

Testseek.com has collected 62 expert reviews for Sony Cybershot DSC-HX1 and the average expert rating is 80 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek.com to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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By testseek.com - Apr 28, 2009

Best Digital Camera with Price Under $450 For Video

Image is Good according to 18 Digital Camera experts. -- "Photo sharpness is optimal at a lower resolution; 1920x1080, for example."-pcadvisor.co.uk -- "The colors look good--appropriately saturated and relatively accurate--and it delivers correct, even exposures."-reviews.cnet.com -- "Its capable of producing relatively sharp photos, and the lens displays little...
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By reviewgist.com - Dec 18, 2009

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX1 Review

Our first <a href="http://www.digitalcamerarevi... target="_new">look</a&g... at the <a href="http://www.digitalcamerarevi... target="_new">Sony Cyber-shot HX1</a> came nearly a year ago at PMA 2009. A lot can change in the camera world in nine months, but with the ability to fire off full-res frames at 10 fps, the HX1 hasnt lost much of its...
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By digitalcamerareview.com - Oct 15, 2009

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX1

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX1 is a digital still camera and according to Sony is the worlds first digital still camera with a sweep panorama mode for taking seamless 224-degree shots. The camera features a BIONZ image processor, 9.1-megapixel Exmor CMOS sensor, and a professional-grade wide-angle G-lens to provide fast performance and high resolution shots. It is capable of shooting 9.1-megapixel...
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By productwiki.com - Nov 28, 2009