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Sony DSC-HX200V – HD Video And Sample Images (Part 1) – In this video, we compiled a few short video clips and images utilizing a few of the in-camera pictur…
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  1. Vittorio Ferrari says:

    Che posizione spettacolare!! bel video!

  2. Does the EPA know what he is spraying in the water??

  3. podcastique says:

    i saw a review on best buy and someone said it had a 29 min max video recording time. is that true?

  4. Russel Johnson says:

    Getting it tomorrow :DDDDDDDDDDDDDDD

  5. soccerlovelauren10 says:

    GETTING THIS CAMERA IN 2 DAYS!!!! CAN’T WAIT :DDDDD

  6. Μιχαλης Τ. says:

    Go for the sony or other bridge.

    I have the Nikon D3100 and its not for everyday, the dslr’s its a huge cameras.
    Now I have the Fuji Finepix S4500HD with 30x optical and its fine !!!

  7. erkan nehir says:

    You can hear the noise when you zoom in/out…. Thats bad….

  8. Stacey Marie says:

    im planning on the HX30v or the HX200v for christmas, im planning on doing wildlife photography and moon photography. Both cameras are the same price here, which camera is best considering most animals never sit still! LOL

  9. Kayleigh Butler says:

    hi! Just wondering if you would recommend the hx200v or the canon sx500hs? Both have really good zooms but I keep reading about the negatives and positives of both. Does the hx200v take better video? Is the image quality better on the sx500hs?

  10. Massy Ferrari says:

    hello, do you prefear sony hx200v or panasonic fz-150? thanks!

  11. Lawrencewwefan says:

    thanks for your opinion I’m leaning towards the sony

  12. TampaTechReview says:

    The D3200 can only shoot a maximum of 30 frames per second in 1080P. To achieve 60 frames per second on the D3200, you would only be able to shoot in 720P. As I said earlier, the Sony HX200V blows the D3100 and D3200 out of the water when filming at 1080P resolution. Also, the D5100 and D7000 can not shoot 1080P at 60 frames per second either.

  13. yeah but how many frames per second can the d3200 shoot at ??

  14. TampaTechReview says:

    Also, the HX200V has the option to manually control focus and zoom via the control ring on the lens. Don’t know if this matters to you, but it is a feature available on the 200v and not on the 20V. Another advantange or disavantage to each camera is size. The HX20V is pocketable, the HX200V is not. The grip is bigger and offers more control on the larger HX200V as well. Battery life is also better on the HX200V than on the HX20V. Both are great cameras, but it really depends on your needs.

  15. TampaTechReview says:

    First, the HX200V and HX100V are very similar. The HX200V beats the HX100V due to newer/faster BIONZ image processor, 2 more mega pixels, Clear Image Zoom, minor cosmetic changes, and the addition of picture effects. The HX100V is good, but the HX200V is better. As far as which camera is better between the 200V and 20V, it depends. What do you need it for and what is your budget? The 20V is cheaper than the 200V and nearly as good, but doesn’t have the zoom range and adjustable screen.

  16. TampaTechReview says:

    Whoa, what a question! To be honest, you will get better images (photographs) from the D3100. I mean it’s a DSLR! There is much more capability than with a point and shoot. The D3100 will allow you to shoot RAW as well as JPEG. However, if you don’t have a way to process the RAW images and don’t intend to spend the money on the software, then why geta DSLR? As far as video, the HX200V blows the D3100 out of the water. The HX200V can shoot 1920 x 1080 at 60 frames per second, the D3100 can not.

  17. TampaTechReview says:

    Yes, both cameras shoot video in 1080P, but in my opinion, the Sony’s footage looks better and the image stabilization is much better on the Sony than on the Nikon. Don’t get me wrong, the Nikon does have a greater zoom capability, but the overall package of the HX200V gives it the edge over the Nikon. Sony’s long experience building camcorders and unrelentless focus on auto focus during video also contribute to making this camera a better option for photograpers wishing to shoot video as well.

  18. which do u think is better between hx200v and hx20v?? also hx200v and hx100v??? plssssss answer thank u

  19. how is this camera compared to the nikon D3100 cause i noe the D3100 is a dslr but its a bit more to the price compared to the HX200V I love sonys products n i was thinking of buying this but then the D3100 is a DSLR soo i was thinking why nt add a few more bucks n buy the DSLR but then this still tempts me ,my sister has the d3100 n its a good camera but i was thinking even if i buy a dslr im nt gonna be buying aftermarket lenses soo i think the HX200V would be better n il hav cash for a stand

  20. Lawrencewwefan says:

    this one or the p510 nikon the nikon is 16 megapixels this one is eightteennnn!! the nikon has 42 zoom this one has 30 zoom the quality is both 1080p that means its exactly the same quality for videos right?

  21. srikanth ganji says:

    Your videos and reviews are awesome,,I love this camera. If you tried PanasonicFZ150, can you tell me which one is better in image quality and video quality please.

  22. Sweeet… thanks mate.

  23. TampaTechReview says:

    Yes, we will be posting several tutorials for this camera as well as for the HX20V, NEX, and SLT cameras from Sony in the near future. We also plan to develop a series for the beginner or novice on how to use these cameras for both photo and video, which software to use to edit the images and videos, and how to ready your projects for the web or for print. We are pretty busy at the moment, but will try to get the first videos posted to YouTube sometime in the next few weeks or sooner. Stay Tuned

  24. Which one is better in low light picture quality? HX200V or FZ150??

  25. At Last, Someone with video skills…

  26. Hey @TampaTechReview can you please do do a tips and tricks or guide vid of this camera? If you have time of course…

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