Sony DSC-HX400V. With a solid and compact body, the HX400V offers us an infinity of possibilities and puts at our disposal the means to record videos with professional appearance.
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We have already seen the Sony HX300 and found it to be a camera, not only valid, but also perfect for traveling due to its small size and light body. And the protagonist of this post brings us everything we saw in that camera and also adds different options so that we fall unconditionally in love with her.
In many points, the HX300 outperforms the HX400V, but it is the more “professional” differences that make the 400 the winner. The most important ones in MAT are six: NFC connectivity, flip-up screen, wireless WiFi, 24P cinema mode, GPS geolocation and compatibility with the AVCHD (Advanced Video Coding High Definition) format.
There are some other technical differences, such as having an electronic viewfinder instead of an optical one or an autofocus detection of contrasts, but the most important are those already mentioned.
The image processor is the BIONZ X that reproduces true-to-life colors and captures bursts of images faster. The CMOS Exmor R sensor is well known to photography lovers. Its 20.4 MP and its wide receiver areas allow us to capture quality videos and images.
Speaking of video capture, say that the HX400V allows us to record in 4K quality, the Cinema mode 24p that gives our clips a cinematic look and the AVCHD format that captures the images with total clarity and a professional look that you can check on Ultra screens HD thanks to TRILUMINOS.
In short, a camera for any lover of photography and who wants to obtain professional results without exceeding too much the price to pay.