Sony has today announced their new super zoom cameras, the Cybershot H400 and the Cybershot HX400V.

The H400 will feature a 20.1 megapixel HAD CCD sensor, width 63x optical zoom lens that is equivalent to 24.5-1550m focal length in a 35mm format, and is capable of changing between wide-angle and super-telephoto modes, and the camera can also take video at 720p quality.

There’s also a X-Series lithium-ion battery installed that is said to last 300 shots between charges.

The Sony Cybershot HX400V is next on the list, featuring an 20.4 megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor, Bionz X processor and a Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T lens, with 50x optical zoom and up to 100x Clear Image Zoom.

The HX400V also includes DSLR-like controls with a manual ring for zoom and focus, as well as Wi-Fi and NFC in-built, and the ability to shoot in 1920 x 1080 resolution at 50p, 50i, 25p and 24p.

Finally there’s also an electronic viewfinder and 3 inch Xtra Fine LCD screen on the back.

The Sony Cybershot H400 will be available in the UK from April for £250, whilst the Sony Cybershot HX400V will hit the UK in March for £420.

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