All of that in a point-and-shoot body
Sony’s not afraid to release powerful point-and-shoot cameras at a time where point-and-shoots are virtually extinct. Their latest pocket snapper, the HX80 might be on the small side but don’t count this pint-sized shooter out – it has features that some DSLRs only dream of having.
Those features include a 30x optical zoom lens for extreme close-ups as well as 5-axis image stabilization. The HX80’s tricks don’t end there – the camera also has a retractable electronic viewfinder, 180 degree 3-inch LCD display, pop-up flash and an 18-megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor.
The HX80 also has WiFi and NFC connectivity, allowing it to connect with Sony’s PlayMemories app for easy sharing and control. The HX80 will retail for $350, or around Php 16.4K.