Sony Unveils DSC-WX50, DSC-WX70, And DSC-TX200V Digital Cameras

Posted: Jan 30 2012, 2:00pm CST | by , Updated: Jan 30 2012, 2:07pm CST, in News | Digital Camera

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Cool new cameras coming in March

Sony has unveiled three new digital cameras that will hit stores in March. The three cameras have more in common than the launch date all featuring five times digital zoom lenses and new Exmor R CMOS sensors. All three cameras also have the ability to record HD video and shoot still images at the same time.

The DSC-TX200V is the high-end unit and is completely new version rather than an update of an existing version. The camera has a glass front panel, is very thin, and has 18-megapixel resolution. The camera supports 1080P movie capture and has GPS along with optical image stabilization. The rear screen is an OLED unit measuring 3.3 inches and is touch sensitive. The cameras also ruggedized to be waterproof and dust resistant. It will sell for $499 and promises superfast autofocus.

The WX50 and the WX70 both have 16 megapixel image sensors and can record 1080p video. Both these cameras have optical image stabilization. The difference between the two cameras comes in the screen. The WX50 has a 2.7-inch screen and WX70 has a larger 3-inch screen. The WX50 will sell for $199.99 while the WX70 will sell for $229.99.

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