Hi everyone! I used to have a Sony DSC-HX5V
, which I loved for its image quality and its wide angle, but unfortunately it has been lost, so I am in the market for a replacement.
My particular requirements are that it have good wide angle and low-light capabilities, a decent movie mode, and not cost much more than $200. Good image quality goes without saying of course.
I was thinking perhaps a Sony DSC-H70
, Sony WX350
, Canon ELPH 110 HS
. I also wondered if the Canon SX520
might have significantly better low-light performance than these - it has a bigger lens, though I believe the image sensor is the same size.
Ultimately, I'd like to obtain a DSLR (maybe a Canon T3i), the large image sensors of which I am sure will handle low light much better than a handheld, but for now I will have to settle for something a bit more affordable.
Thanks for any advice you can give!