According to information posted on the Sony Alpha Rumors, Sony is developing two new superzoom cameras, namely Sony Cybershot HX70 and CyberShot HX500 been significantly upgraded hardware besides the addition of many new and special features. The birth of the next-generation Cybershot HX70 and CybeShot HX500 promises to be the perfect replacement for its predecessor Cybershot HX60 and Cybershot HX400.
The Cybershot HX60 and HX60V, which was integrated with GPS both are super zoom compact camera to own up to 30x optical zoom lens, optical image stabilisation IOS and zoom while recording video.
The Sony Cybershot HX60 is equipped with 20.4 megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor, 3-inch screen, the BIONZ X image processor is capable of reducing interference. The Sony DSC HX 60 is capable of continuous shooting 10 pictures per/sec, record Full HD video and owns the Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity to purpose of quickly sharing photos and videos to mobile devices.
Unlike Sony HX 60, Cybershot HX400 is Bridge camera product line with a compact design, with a 20.4 megapixel sensor, 3-inch screen and same BIONZ X image processor with Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity. Compared with the HX60, HX400 is equipped with 50x optical zoom lens and IOS optical image stabilisation.