Meet the Sony HX90V and the CyberShot WX500

The Sony HX90V

Sony’s Compact Cameras Make for the Perfect Companions this Summer

DSLRs, and even Sony’s latest mirrorless camera — the a6500, can be quite bulk to take around, so we’d like to introduce you to two very capable compact shooters from Sony: the Sony HX90V and the CyberShot WX500.

On paper, the two looks like the same camera. They both feature an Exmor R CMOS sensor with 18.2-effective megapixels and a BIONZ X image processor, both are capable of shooting 1080p videos at 60fps, have high-resolution screens that tilt 180-degrees for great selfies or if you want to vlog, and a fast AF system that it inherits from the A7 series of cameras. The only real difference we’re seeing between the two is the fact that the Sony HX90V has an electronic viewfinder.

The Sony CyberShot WX500

If you want to share your photos right away, the Sony HX90V and CyberShot WX500 have WiFi and NFC so you can sync them to your phone via the PlayMemories app and share your photos on your social media accounts.

180-degree Tilt Screen for Awesome Selfies or Vlogging

We’re pretty sure that you’re all feeling the heat and have planned a summer getaway with your friends and family. Another thing we’re sure of, is that you gadgetheads have a list of devices to bring and that a camera has made its way on there. If you’re want to pack light and always have a camera with you check out these two compact cameras from Sony.

The Sony HX90V is priced at Php 22,999 and the CyberShot WX500 is priced at Php 16,999. Just in case you want something just as compact, but can shoot 4K video, you may want to check out Sony’s RX100 Mark V as well.

Jamie Inocian

A self-confessed geek. Jamie started out helping out on the Unbox Podcast and became the Digital Sales Manager when he joined the team full time. He has since then transitioned into one of our Senior Editors and Head Video Producer.

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