Big zooms, high megapixels, and a thin rugged camera round out Sony's 2013 Cyber-shots.
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Both are top-rated compact megazooms; more than photo quality, the decision will come down to what features you need.
The 18-megapixel Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX10V and its 16x ultrawide-angle lens is capable of some very good photos, but it's not without limitations.
There's very little not to like about the HX7V, as it solves common snapshot camera issues while still being relatively simple and fun to use.
Sony has two new toys coming out in April, the Cyber-shot HX100V and HX9V, which pack 30x and 16x optical zooms respectively, and some neat 3D tricks up their long-zooming sleeves.
Sony's latest megazooms feature 16-megapixel BSI CMOS sensors, full HD movie capture, 3-inch high-resolution LCDs, and, of course, long lenses.
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX7V is a compact megazoom featuring a 10x wide-angle lens, 16-megapixel backside-illuminated CMOS sensor, and built-in GPS.
The all new HX9V compact megazoom is a great camera for feature junkies, but is that enough to make it the top choice in the category?
Five new high-zoom H-series cameras are coming from Sony, but only one of them is truly new.