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Sony A55

Sony are offering cashback on almost their entire range of digital cameras, including Cyber-shot, NEX mirrorless compact cameras, and Sony Alpha Digital SLRs, as well as lenses and accessories! Details, and links below:

Cyber-shot:
HX100 30x optical zoom, GPS – £40 cashback Amazon UK
HX9 16x optical zoom, GPS – £40 cashback Amazon UK
HX7 10x optical zoom, GPS – £30 cashback Amazon UK
WX10 7x optical zoom – £30 cashback Amazon UK
WX7 5x optical zoom – £30 cashback Amazon UK

NEX Compact System:
NEXC3D Dual Lens – £30 cashback Amazon UK
NEXC3K Kit Lens – £30 cashback Amazon UK

Alpha Digital SLR:
SLTA55V 16mp Body – £50 cashback Amazon UK
SLTA55VY 16mp Twin Lens Kit – £50 cashback Amazon UK
SLTA35K 16mp – £30 cashback Amazon UK

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Panasonic Lumix FZ100
NeoCamera has reviewed the new Panasonic Lumix FZ100 ultra zoom – we had a look at Photokina 2010 – it features a 25mm Wide-angle 24x Optical Zoom lens (25-600mm), 1,920 x 1,080 Full-HD Movie in AVCHD with Dolby Digital Stereo Creator, 14.1-megapixel MOS Sensor and Venus Engine FHD, iA (Intelligent Auto) Mode with Motion Deblur Mode and POWER O.I.S, Intuitive Manual Control and Creative Option Featuring My Color Mode, 3.0-inch Free-angle LCD with 460,000-dots, 11fps shooting, “Happy Mode”, and supports SD, SDHC and SDXC. The Panasonic Lumix FZ100 is available for £331

Read more Panasonic Lumix FZ100 Ultra Zoom Reviews: ePHOTOzine (vs the FX45), Trusted Reviews

More reviews from around the web:
Olympus SZ-10, 18x optical zoom, pocket camera: ePHOTOzine
Serious Compacts:
Olympux XZ-1 ByThom, ePHOTOzine
Samsung EX1 / TL500 ByThom, ePHOTOzine
Fujifilm FinePix X100 ByThom, ePHOTOzine
Sony Cybershot HX9v GPS ByThom, ePHOTOzine
Nikon Coolpix P300 ByThom, ePHOTOzine (also check out the P300 vs LX5 vs S95 Review here)

Sony Cybershot HX9vePHOTOzine compares the latest GPS Pocket Zooms from Sony, Panasonic, Canon, and Fujifilm, including the Sony Cybershot HX9v (shown above) – a new pocket zoom / ultra zoom – with a wide-angle 16x optical zoom (24-384mm), 16.2 megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor, GPS, HD 1080p movie MPEG-4, optical image stabilisation, ISO3200, 300 shot battery life, 3.0″ 921,000-dot XtraFine LCD screen, it is available in black or gold from Amazon UK

Interestingly the 12 megapixel Canon Powershot SX230 HS appears to have the best image quality and detail compared to the other 14 and 16 megapixel cameras on test.

Serious Compacts: Olympus XZ-1 Reviews: Luminous Landscape thinks it could be the best serious compact, another review at ePHOTOzine. Or could it be the Panasonic Lumix LX5? ePHOTOzine thinks so. The latest challenger is the Sigma DP2x – with X3 Foveon Sensor view: sample photos.

Waterproof cameras: Olympus Tough TG-610, Fujifilm FinePix XP30 (GPS, NeoCamera).

Sony Cybershot HX9v
ePHOTOzine has reviewed the new Sony Cybershot HX9v – a new pocket zoom / ultra zoom – with a wide-angle 16x optical zoom (24-384mm), 16.2 megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor, GPS, HD 1080p movie MPEG-4, optical image stabilisation, ISO3200, 300 shot battery life, 3.0″ 921,000-dot XtraFine LCD screen, it is available in black or gold from Amazon UK

“The Sony Cybershot HX9v is the latest pocket zoom from Sony, with a wide angle 16x optical zoom lens and backlit “Exmore R” CMOS sensor it is capable of shooting at 10fps for upto 10 shots. The camera also features full manual controls, and a number of useful and easy to use intelligent auto modes, and a wide variety of scene modes, include 3D photos and 3D panoramas.”

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Sony Cybershot HX9v
Sony has announced the new Sony Cybershot HX9v – a new pocket zoom / ultra zoom – with a wide-angle 16x optical zoom (24-384mm), 16.2 megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor, GPS, HD 1080p movie MPEG-4, optical image stabilisation, ISO3200, 300 shot battery life, 3.0″ 921,000-dot XtraFine LCD screen, it will be available in black or gold in April.

“Smaller and lighter still, the HX9V offers a high-performance G Lens with powerful 16x zoom range with 24mm wide angle to accommodate virtually any photo opportunity. Both cameras offer speedy shooting responses you might expect from a DSLR camera. High-speed autofocus locks onto subjects in as little as 0.1 seconds, letting you grab the most fleeting photo moments with ease.”