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Sony H300 Digital Compact Camera - Black (20.1MP, 35x Optical Zoom) £99.99 @ Amazon

£99.99 @ Amazon
35x optical zoom - With the built-in 35x optical zoom – an exceptionally powerful zoom lenses for Cyber-shot – no image will ever be out of reach. You’ll be able to get close to the action with ease, … Read More
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35x optical zoom - With the built-in 35x optical zoom – an exceptionally powerful zoom lenses for Cyber-shot – no image will ever be out of reach. You’ll be able to get close to the action with ease, shooting brilliantly detailed images across the full focal length.

Massive 20.1MP Super HAD CCD Image Sensor - See the true detail in every image, thanks to a 20.1MP Super HAD CCD sensor. You’ll be able to capture rich, detailed, colourful images that maintain their high quality even when reproduced as A4 prints or bigger.

360˚ panoramic shots - Get the full picture with 360˚ Sweep Panorama. Simply press the dedicated button, sweep the camera from side to side and then watch as it automatically stitches the frames together to create one full panoramic image.

Flash for noise-free images - Many on-body flashes still struggle to deliver balanced, noise-free images in low-light conditions. This flash automatically boosts the camera’s sensitivity settings, so you’ll be able to take bright, clear pictures with the same amount of light.

SteadyShot image stabilisation - SteadyShot technology keeps your image stable even when your hands aren’t. By compensating for the minor hand motions that can cause blurring and distortion, SteadyShot ensures brilliant photographic results – even in challenging low-light conditions. Switch to SteadyShot Active mode for sharp, blur-free movie shooting.

Get creative with Picture Effect - The built-in Picture Effect technology – including four still effects, three panoramic effects and four movie effects – lets you breathe life into every shot. You can preview each effect in real-time before you finalise your latest work of art.

High-quality HD movies (720p) - With a Super HAD CCD sensor, you’ll be able to shoot high-quality HD movies (720p) with minimal noise distortion – even in darker environments. Just point the camera at your subject and start filming.
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3 Likes #1
£99 at John Lewis with 2 year warranty. I think it is only 1year at Amazon.
1 Like #2
aa batteries shame !
1 Like #3
micmac69
aa batteries shame !

AA batteries are preferable in my opinion.
#4
http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B00G37XCVI/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en
#5
Can't believe how cheap these are. Thanks :)
#6
gordon999
micmac69
aa batteries shame !

AA batteries are preferable in my opinion.


Me too. Decent batteries are pretty cheap from the cheap shops nowadays so much more convenient to have a spare set on you rather than having to recharge the actual camera again.
#7
Great price, however for picture composition (particularly in bright sunlight) a bridge camera without a viewfinder is always a non starter for me.... Another vote for AA batteries here. :D


Edited By: Baldricky on Jan 12, 2015 09:03
#8
damn good deal. heat added. quite agree about batteries. I have 600d that uses own batteries so have to take spares. At least with aa batteries a top up is just a visit to a garage away
#9
How does this compare to the Sony HX 50 or 60 given its bulkier size but incredibly lower size, which takes the better pics? I suspect this wins on zoom easily but what about the rest?
#10
Lots of good rechargeable AA's like eneloops these days, much cheaper and easier than buying extra Sony battery packs
#11
Nothing special with this price... There is a lot of cheap bridge cameras at Argos at the moment. Also if you want big zoom in smaller body check Panasonic TZ55 for 99.99 at Argos
#12
Heat777
How does this compare to the Sony HX 50 or 60 given its bulkier size but incredibly lower size, which takes the better pics? I suspect this wins on zoom easily but what about the rest?


and which would have the better hd video recording?
#13
pavel76
Nothing special with this price... There is a lot of cheap bridge cameras at Argos at the moment. Also if you want big zoom in smaller body check Panasonic TZ55 for 99.99 at Argos

You mean £219?
TZ35 is £99

Edited By: theshadowman on Jan 12, 2015 10:05
#14
Ordered.Thanks!
#15
Heat777
Heat777
How does this compare to the Sony HX 50 or 60 given its bulkier size but incredibly lower size, which takes the better pics? I suspect this wins on zoom easily but what about the rest?

and which would have the better hd video recording?

I have the HX50 and its full HD video recording (The listed one is only 720). At the time of buying and didnt see there much improvement for the HX60 and if i remember right some of the processing was actually slower so wouldnt bother paying the extra for the HX60
#16
720p doesn't cut it anymore.
#17
I meant Panasonic TZ35 for £99.99 at Argos in my previous comment - sorry for misleading guys! Yeah, 720p recording in Sony camera is a laugh these days...
#18
Been same price in Tesco & Sainsburys for ages
#19
folks could I ask your advice on this or the canon sx150hs as I was going to get the canon today after work outta argos its 129 in argos but I have some vouchers making it down to £99 so would this camera be better than the cannon ???

thanks in advance
#20
jamesturley30
folks could I ask your advice on this or the canon sx150hs as I was going to get the canon today after work outta argos its 129 in argos but I have some vouchers making it down to £99 so would this camera be better than the cannon ???

thanks in advance

I also debated this, as my partner has the canon sx150 and I like it. Only got 12 mp though, Sony has 20mp.

I'm buying the Sony from Currys later today for £99.99. Get the Accidental damage warranty on it, 3 years for £25.
2 Years 11 months down the line, drop it, bring it into any Currys Store, they'll give you the equivalent newest model.

Used to work at Currys..
1 Like #21
How do left-handed people get on with these bridge cameras? Aren't they pretty awkward to use?
1 Like #22
Burlz
720p doesn't cut it anymore.


pavel76
I meant Panasonic TZ35 for £99.99 at Argos in my previous comment - sorry for misleading guys! Yeah, 720p recording in Sony camera is a laugh these days...


its all about quality not numbers
same as the OMG 20 MEGAPIXELS! brigade
dvds have much lower res than 720p.. what cameras can do that sort of quality?

that said, no idea how good this is!
#23
Also no carl zeiss lens in this camera which means very poor model
#24
pavel76
Also no carl zeiss lens in this camera which means very poor model

..... and its no iphone either
#25
Good price for this model
#26
micmac69
aa batteries shame !

I know there is always a catch! Imagine AA batteries and you want to shoot an HD movie! Crumbs!
#27
what do people recon to the Nikon coolpix p520, heard good reviews but don't seem to be able to find one for less then £270
#28
Perudio
jamesturley30
folks could I ask your advice on this or the canon sx150hs as I was going to get the canon today after work outta argos its 129 in argos but I have some vouchers making it down to £99 so would this camera be better than the cannon ???
thanks in advance
I also debated this, as my partner has the canon sx150 and I like it. Only got 12 mp though, Sony has 20mp.
I'm buying the Sony from Currys later today for £99.99. Get the Accidental damage warranty on it, 3 years for £25.
2 Years 11 months down the line, drop it, bring it into any Currys Store, they'll give you the equivalent newest model.
Used to work at Currys..


Why do you need 20MP? are you printing posters?

I own a D90 12.1 MP

this is about 75% crop too.
https://farm3.staticflickr.com/2895/14456951636_62a3d6d79a_c.jpgSkinny Legs by S Lowe, on Flickr10+ MP means nothing anymore, as mentioned by brilly above its about quality.

also cheaper sensors the higher the MP the less light that can be taken by each pixel, and trust me light intake makes a difference




Edited By: haritori on Jan 13, 2015 00:53: other
#29
Price now up by 25% to £123.99
#30
haritori
Perudio
jamesturley30
folks could I ask your advice on this or the canon sx150hs as I was going to get the canon today after work outta argos its 129 in argos but I have some vouchers making it down to £99 so would this camera be better than the cannon ???
thanks in advance
I also debated this, as my partner has the canon sx150 and I like it. Only got 12 mp though, Sony has 20mp.
I'm buying the Sony from Currys later today for £99.99. Get the Accidental damage warranty on it, 3 years for £25.
2 Years 11 months down the line, drop it, bring it into any Currys Store, they'll give you the equivalent newest model.
Used to work at Currys..


Why do you need 20MP? are you printing posters?

I own a D90 12.1 MP

this is about 75% crop too.
https://farm3.staticflickr.com/2895/14456951636_62a3d6d79a_c.jpgSkinny Legs by S Lowe, on Flickr10+ MP means nothing anymore, as mentioned by brilly above its about quality.

also cheaper sensors the higher the MP the less light that can be taken by each pixel, and trust me light intake makes a difference




Isn't the lens doing the work here?
#31
mrvot
haritori
Perudio
jamesturley30
folks could I ask your advice on this or the canon sx150hs as I was going to get the canon today after work outta argos its 129 in argos but I have some vouchers making it down to £99 so would this camera be better than the cannon ???
thanks in advance
I also debated this, as my partner has the canon sx150 and I like it. Only got 12 mp though, Sony has 20mp.
I'm buying the Sony from Currys later today for £99.99. Get the Accidental damage warranty on it, 3 years for £25.
2 Years 11 months down the line, drop it, bring it into any Currys Store, they'll give you the equivalent newest model.
Used to work at Currys..
Why do you need 20MP? are you printing posters?
I own a D90 12.1 MP
this is about 75% crop too.https://farm3.staticflickr.com/2895/14456951636_62a3d6d79a_c.jpgSkinny Legs by S Lowe, on Flickr10+ MP means nothing anymore, as mentioned by brilly above its about quality.
also cheaper sensors the higher the MP the less light that can be taken by each pixel, and trust me light intake makes a difference
Isn't the lens doing the work here?

in essense yes the lens makes the difference prooving my point that MP means nothing, the lens is simply magnifying the sensor is still 12MP look at it from a wider lens still 12MP still great quality both images would look exactly the same at 20MP or 46MP..

https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7353/10998660525_afe988552a_c.jpgIts All In The Reflection by S Lowe, on Flickr

Also

1 Megapixel on 1:1 ratio is 1000 x 1000, so effectively the image I have posted is less than 1MP! although that's cheating because i took it on 12MP sensor, but what I am saying is that if i posted this full size you can imagine how big the image would be, now imagine 20MP size, do you really need it?



Edited By: haritori on Jan 13, 2015 10:11

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