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Old Jul 9, 2011, 9:07 AM   #1
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Default Shots with My Sony Cybershot HX9V

All stills are at Photobucket. orginal these are only a few shots there are many more available at

http://s142.photobucket.com/albums/r...%20DSC%20HX9V/


Here are Shots with My HX-9 I am no Professional, nor am I perfect, Just my sharing to All, who may just be a tad interested in the Sony Cybershot DSC-HX9V.

Most my shots are Done in I camera (gold) the symbol on the top. 16:9 AR
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Shot at 16X optical Zoom


Shot at Precision zoom, with 16X optical to total Full camera zoom


Shot at car No motion.


Shot in car in motion, on facial motion expression


Shot is towards the Sun at the Left at 9o'cock incorrect position.


Shot is with Sun at the 2o'clock position, with around 8x optical zoom


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Old Jul 9, 2011, 9:11 AM   #2
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Comparison video Click Me

Dog and beach shots Click me

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Some interesting photos there, fishycomics.

Would be nice to view them original sized.

Looks like you are enjoying the camera.

As do I.
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Old Jul 9, 2011, 12:55 PM   #4
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Will Load up to a file site if need be.

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Old Jul 10, 2011, 7:25 AM   #5
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Max at Zoomed



max some zoom



Max if any zoom

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Jake in his favorite position



can you break his Alert look



Lets go to the Beach

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I think this is by far the best on teh go shot. if you ask me.

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hey there folks...
i am seriously disheartened by this new sony backlight technology.
every P&S Sony that ive had int he past delivers crisp images that rival some slr images...
but with my new HX5V and now HX9V, i am not enjoying the picture quality at all, esp when viewing full sized pics....
Photos of people look grainy and the edges blurry...
i really hope that u guys can suggest a setting to use that produces crisper pics esp people photo's, cos i bought the P&S to use for just casual outings at dinners etc when a big SLR on the table just wont do...
so any suggestions how to combat this grainy, unsharp image problem will be greatly appreciated.

thanks a mill.
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