Both DSC-HX9V and DSC-HX100V come with ultra-zoom feature, 16.2 Megapixel Exmor R back-illuminated CMOS sensor offering BIONZ image processor, Optical SteadyShot Active mode image stabilization, Smile Shutter, Soft Skin mode, in-camera retouching tools as well as superior Auto Mode and Face Detection capabilities.
Both HX100V and HX9Vcameras offer 10fps continuous shooting feature, the Backlight Correction High Dynamic Range mode will allow users to get highlights, mid-tones and shadows from three consecutive shots for compiling one realistic photo.
Cyber-shot HX100V and HX9Vcameras also offer 3D Sweep Panorama mode and 3D Still Image mode for capturing 3D images. They include the Dual Record mode, for shooting video, while capable for simultaneously capturing 3MP digital still pictures.
Moreover, DSC-HX100V and DSC-HX9V also designed Full HD 1920×1080 video recording, GPS/compass function for auto geotags images and video clips. Furthermore, both DSC-HX100V and DSC-HX9V also supports for a brand-new Intelligent Sweep Panorama HR (High Resolution) mode.
HX100V is designed with 27mm Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonar T* lens offering 30x optical zoom while HX9V has a 24mm Sony G lens with 16x optical zoom. Each of them comes with a 3-inch Xtra Fine LCD display and HDMI output. The DSC-HX100V camera also features a manual control ring that can be assigned as desired to adjust focus or zoom. Coming in February.
Sony announced two new ultra-zoom Cyber-shot digital cameras in its HX-series, the DSC-HX100V and DSC-HX9V. They are the first Cyber-shot cameras to get the 16.2 Megapixel Exmor R back-illuminated CMOS sensor.
- DSC-HX100V = USD450.-
- DSC-HX9V = USD350.-
[ Source: Sony ]