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As soon as Pentax said a full frame is coming, sales in the Crop sensor cameras and lenses fell, like fruit falling off a tree.
This is a picture from our archives, of a full-frame DSLR which Pentax showed off at a couple of trade-shows way back in 2001.
The Sony DSC-HX60V's defining feature is a 30x, 24-720mm extending optical lens with respectable enough maximum apertures of f/3.5 at the 24mm wide-angle setting and f/6.3 at the 720mm full telephoto setting.
The HX60V's lens is a real joy to use, with a 30x zoom in such a relatively small package making this camera incredibly adaptable, with everything from ultra-wide landscapes to candid long-distance portraits within easy reach.
Featuring a 30x zoom lens with a focal range of 24-720mm, 20.4 megapixel back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor, Bionz X processor, Wi-Fi/NFC connectivity and built-in GPS tracking, the HX60V also offers 50p Full HD video recording with stereo sound and HDMI output.
Other key features of the Sony HX60V include a 3 inch LCD screen with 921,000-dots, Multi Interface Shoe, Multi Terminal for using a remote controller, fast 0.1 second auto-focusing, 10fps burst shooting mode at full resolution, ISO range of 80-12,800, Optical Steady Shot with Active Mode, full P/A/S/M manual controls, artistic Picture Effect modes, Intelligent Sweep Panoramas, and support for both Memory Stick PRO Duo and Secure Digital cards.