|To:||Nick Payne <>|
|Subject:||RE: [Birding-Aus] Advice on first camera|
|From:||David Rees <>|
|Date:||Mon, 21 Sep 2015 07:38:34 +0000|
Your Sony and my Lumix are very similar creatures. They both show how such cameras are moving into this space in terms of capacity.
On Mon, Sep 21, 2015 at 3:31 PM, Nick Payne <> wrote:
I recently purchased a Sony HX90V, which is small enough to fit in a trouser pocket and yet has an eye-level EVF and a 30x zoom (24-720mm eq.). The lens is rather slow at full telephoto, and the image quality is definitely not up to what you get from an APS-C or full frame sensor of the same resolution, but for what it is (something small enough to always carry with you) it can produce some quite good results. The attached image is a crop from the centre of the frame at full telephoto.
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