Sony announces three CMOS-based compact cameras

    Sony announces three CMOS-based compact cameras

     

    Canon and a few other camera manufacturers are apparently having a good time bringing in cameras that match the current trends which impress and satisfy the people. Sony, which was pretty popular for the Cyber-Shot line-up of cameras are coming back to compete with the current rulers of the Camera market and it seems Sony is sparing no time to get into the action.

    Sony, recently, announced and introduced three new members of the Cyber-Shot family, each CMOS based and compact in size.

    • DSC-TX200V

    • DSC-WX50 and

    • DSC-WX70
    Features of Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-TX200V:
    • Equips GPS facility

    • 18.2 Megapixel backlit CMOS sensor

    • 26 mm lens

    • 10x Virtual zoom and 5x optical zoom

    • Works fine in low-lit areas thanks to High-Sensitivity technology

    • 0.13 second super fast Autofocus speed in daylight and 0.25 seconds in low-lit environments

    • 3.3 inch Tru-Black OLED wide touchscreen

    • Freeze proof, water proof and dust proof

    • Slim, reinforced glass design

    • 1080p full HD video

    • Picture Effect options and Photo Creativity interface

    • While shooting video, capture still images with 13 MP equivalent quality
     

    Features of Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-WX70:

    • 16.2 Megapixel R CMOS sensor

    • 25 mm lens

    • 10x Virtual zoom and 5x optical zoom through

    • 3 inch 921k dot LCD touchscreen

    • Works fine in low-lit areas thanks to High-Sensitivity technology

    • While shooting video, capture still images with 12 MP equivalent quality

    • Picture Effect options
     

    Features of Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-WX50:

    • 16.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor

    • 25 mm lens

    • 2.7 inch LCD screen

    • While shooting video, capture still images with 12 MP equivalent quality
     

    All three models look sleek and beautiful, but the WX70 comes in more colors namely Silver, white, black, pink, violet. TX200V comes in Silver, black and red colors while the WX50 comes in only silver and black, which obviously makes this model cheapest of the three.

     

    WX70 and WX50 aren’t much different and all the three models are capable of recording 1080p videos and sport SteadyShot mode which reduces blurring when the cameras shake. The three cameras are well built and durable.

    TX200V is priced around Rs 25,000/- and the DSC-WX70 has a Rs 11,500/- price tag. The DSC-WX50 is the cheapest among the lot and will be available for around Rs 10,000/-.  

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