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Hi Hanamoks, no, you can't attach converter/extension lenses to this model. Thanks _Mitch. More information is available on http://techexperience.net/go/sony/
By Amazon Customer on June 13, 2016
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Most computers have a difficult time processing AVCHD. This mode is meant for direct play back on your HDTV. But you can you can use a video editor like Freemake and it will convert the files for viewing on your computer and other sites like You Tube. I have a Panasonic FZ-150 and I have to record in FSH at 24fps inste… see more Most computers have a difficult time processing AVCHD. This mode is meant for direct play back on your HDTV. But you can you can use a video editor like Freemake and it will convert the files for viewing on your computer and other sites like You Tube. I have a Panasonic FZ-150 and I have to record in FSH at 24fps instead of PSH at 50fps otherwise it produces glitches in playback mode. see less Most computers have a difficult time processing AVCHD. This mode is meant for direct play back on your HDTV. But you can you can use a video editor like Freemake and it will convert the files for viewing on your computer and other sites like You Tube. I have a Panasonic FZ-150 and I have to record in FSH at 24fps instead of PSH at 50fps otherwise it produces glitches in playback mode.
By Stargazer on December 19, 2012
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The label "Class 10" is meaningless nomenclature nowadays, used to sell sub-par memory cards. You need to check the write-capacity of the card. Lexar indicates the write capacity as 100x, 200x etc, and others indicate it as MB/sec. You need to upgrade your card. I use Lexar 400x and San Disk 45mb/sec; they're a little … see more The label "Class 10" is meaningless nomenclature nowadays, used to sell sub-par memory cards. You need to check the write-capacity of the card. Lexar indicates the write capacity as 100x, 200x etc, and others indicate it as MB/sec. You need to upgrade your card. I use Lexar 400x and San Disk 45mb/sec; they're a little pricier but the write capacity is instantaneous. If better cards are not in the budget, reduce your pixel count for your pics. A high speed card will even shorten the time it takes the camera to process multi-shot pictures such as those produced by HDR back light correction or superior auto.. see less The label "Class 10" is meaningless nomenclature nowadays, used to sell sub-par memory cards. You need to check the write-capacity of the card. Lexar indicates the write capacity as 100x, 200x etc, and others indicate it as MB/sec. You need to upgrade your card. I use Lexar 400x and San Disk 45mb/sec; they're a little pricier but the write capacity is instantaneous. If better cards are not in the budget, reduce your pixel count for your pics. A high speed card will even shorten the time it takes the camera to process multi-shot pictures such as those produced by HDR back light correction or superior auto..
By Christopher Binns on December 28, 2012
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You can use the built in manual or you can go online at sony support to get the online or PDF version.
http://docs.esupport.sony.com/dvimag/DSCHX20V_HX30_HX30V_guide/en/index.html

By B W on August 21, 2013
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Yes, but you need to register your camera with Sony. From that date it is a one year warranty.
By Cecilio on July 27, 2014
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I use Picassa to download my pictures and it is very easy to do. Quite intuitive. You can also just connect the camera to your USB port and turn it on. Go to my computer and select the camera as the drive you want to access. Your pictures should be in a folder, possibly labelled DCIM.
By Michael on July 20, 2013
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Battery + charger that only charges the battery when it is in the camera. It's not a standalone charger.
By Strobe on June 26, 2012
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Do you mean will you be able to extract the GPS location information using a Mac - assuming you had the GPS on when you took the photo? The answer is yes, if the software you are using has that capability. iPhoto will do it, for instance.
By Bobbo on December 28, 2012
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Red eye in photos is caused by lots of blood flowing through the choroid layer in the back of the eyeball. Little kids usually have more blood flowing through that layer, as well as adults who have been drinking. Red eye elimination can help a lot but there are limits.
By Maine Boy Enthusiast: Photography on August 25, 2015
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No,you cant use the miniature effect with video. You can use it for photos
By Tatiane Barauna on March 24, 2013