Sony has added three new pocket-sized cameras to their Cyber-Shot line. All three will have the new “high-resolution ‘Exmor R’ CMOS sensor and an improved BIONZ™ image processor that together boost low light performance and enhance auto-focus speeds, among other benefits.” The DSC-TX200V (top left, cost about $500) will have an 18.2MP Exmor R sensor and 3.3-inch (8.3cm) Xtra Fine™ Tru-Black OLED wide touchscreen, and it can take full HD video or take 13 MP equivalent still images while shooting video via “Dual-Record”. The DSC-WX70 (top right, cost about $230) has a 16.2MP Exmor sensor and a 3.0″ 921k dot LCD touchscreen; it also can take full HD video or record 12MP-equivalent still images and video with Dual-Record. The DSC-WX50 (bottom; not all colors shown will be available in US, cost about $200) will have a 16.2MP Exmor with a 2.7″ LCD screen. It also can take full HD video or 12MP-equivalent still images and video with Dual-Record. These cameras will be available in March. Read more about these new Sony Cyber-Shot cameras in the full news release.
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