Some people who bought the product agreed that it was easy to use. Charles P. gave the product a score of 4 stars and he mentioned “And there is a very handy control ring around the lens housing which I have set to control exposure compensation”. Charles P. also wrote “The camera menu system is intuitive if a bit complex”. This year Tracy Humphrey wrote in his Sony DSC-HX90V review “So far have found this easy to use”.
Two Sony DSC-HX90V reviewers who reviewed it wrote that it was comfortable and easy to hold. Last year Charles P. said “It comes with an electronic viewfinder (essential for composing shots at full zoom because it's easier to hold the camera steady when you're looking through the viewfinder)” in his review of the Sony DSC-HX90V. Charles P. also wrote “I find that two-handed shooting DSLR-style, with left hand cradled around the base of the lens, is essential to hold the camera steady when shooting at full zoom”.
A few customers who bought it concluded that it was easy to use the menus. Peter wrote “The camera has all the manual settings you could ask for” in his review of the Sony DSC-HX90V. Peter also mentioned “The auto settings are so good the manual settings really aren't needed”.
One Sony DSC-HX90V owner wrote that the Sony DSC-HX90V was easy to handle. Charles P. scored the product 4 stars and he mentioned on Amazon “The camera handles nicely thanks to a protruding grip on the right side which allows you to hold it securely with one hand”.