The Sony Cybershot DSC-H50 is a compact, 9.1-megapixel digital camera with an impressive image-stabilized 15x Carl Zeiss f/2.7-4.8 optical zoom lens and a 3-inch tilting LCD monitor. The DSC-H50 features Face Detection, Smile Shutter and Intelligent Scene Recognition technologies, as well as video recording, HDTV compatibility and a remote control. It has a retail list price of $399.99.
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I received the Sony Cybershot DSC-H50 the day before I left for a week-long road trip through the Southwest. I only had time for a cursory review of the manual before I was off and shooting. I had a few challenges with the camera, but considering my very first outing with it was the trip of a lifetime, I think it served me quite well. I came home with good photographs of the places I visited, including Zion National Park, Mesa Verde, Canyon de Chelly and the Grand Canyon. It was an epic trip and the Sony DSC-H50 helped me capture the memories.
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