A striking difference in this new Sony Cybershot camera, TX20, compared to its predecessor, TX10, is the color range. It says “Adios” to white and welcome the orange color. Meanwhile, the black, pink, blue and green are still there. However, the green and orange comes with more aesthetic look. They only colors the part of the front body with grid texture. Honestly, I like more the full-body painting than those two.
Like TX10, this new camera still depends on the a 16.2MP 1/2.3 type Exmor R CMOS, a 4x optical zoom wide angle Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens, Optical SteadyShot Active Mode, and BIONZ processor for giving you great pleasure of fast shooting with top quality images without any blurs in both still and video recording. Through a 3.0-inch 921k dot Xtra Fine LCD touch-screen or push, you can capture all of your moments in 16.2MP max. resolution still images or full HD 1080/60i video recording.
The integrated of powerful features such as dual record, 7 “Picture Effect”, up to 5m waterproof, dustproof, up to 1.5m shockproof, and up to 14-degress F freeze-proof creates a wide area to express your creativity on capturing your moment at wherever you are without any restriction, even you are in underwater.
Dressed in 95.9(W) x 56.2(H) x 17.9(D) with 108g mass, Sony Cybershot DSC-TX20 is going to hit US market in May 2012 for MSRP $330. For just only color, it’s not a wise decision to buy this camera while you are still having the TX10 in your room, except you are a very orange-holic. Which one is your color?