Build quality is surprisingly good considering the modest asking price, with a very nice handgrip, but as you'd expect the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H400 doesn't have too many bells and whistles in terms of features - you'd need to spend a lot more on the company's HX-series super-zooms to get the latest technologies. For some users, this might actually be a plus point, as the H400 is at least refreshingly simple to use for beginners, but the poor EVF, so-so LCD screen and only 720p video look out-of-place on a 2014 super-zoom camera.
Pressing the Function button when you're looking at the pictures you've taken allows you to quickly send images to your smartphone or tablet. One cool feature of the wi-fi is being able to link the camera to your smart phone using the PlayMemories Mobile \"Smart Remote\" app. You can then use the phone as a remote so those outstretched arm 'selfies' will be a thing of the past. The HX400V is also the latest Sony camera to feature NFC (Near Field Communication) technology (the same technology that's used for mobile payments), which allows you to connect it to a compatible internet enabled device or another NFC-enabled camera by simply tapping them together. The HX400V also offer built-in GPS, which tags all your photos and videos as you travel and lets you view them on a map. 59ce067264