Monday, January 30, 2012

Sony Announces Stylish, Waterproof DSC-TX200V

Sony's DSC-TX200V.

Sony has just announced what some are already hailing as the ultimate compact digital camera: the DSC-TX200V, a cell-phone sized pocket cam that can go 16 feet underwater, shoot 18Mp detail, and focus in as little as .13 seconds. Oh, yes, the camera is cool to look at, too. For tech fiends, the camera also features a touch screen. For these reasons, many are already considering the new Sony to be the ultimate pocket camera. For a full analysis, go here. If you like what you read, preorder now as the “lines” are sure to be long.

Key Specs:
Class: ultracompact
Sensor: 18Mp CMOS
Lens: 26-140mm film equivalent, f3.5-4.8
Orientation sensor: Yes
Aspect ratios: 4:3, 16:9
Formats: JPEG
ISO: 64-12,800
Modes: Program, 16 Scenes
AF: Contrast detect
AF assist lamp: No
Viewfinder: LCD
LCD: 3.3” 1.2M dot live view touch screen
Shutter Speed: 1/1600th-2 seconds
Continuous drive: 10fps
Exposure Compensation: +/- 2 stops
WB Bracketing: No
Built-in flash: Yes
Video: 1080p full HD
Microphone: stereo
Speaker: stereo
Movie Formats: MPEG, AVCHD
Storage: Memory Stick Duo, Duo Pro, Pro HG-Duo
GPS: Yes
Wireless: Yes
Weight: 4.55ozs. (with battery)
Size: 3.78” x 2.28” x 0.63”
Price: $499.99
Availability: Mar. 2012

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