Although it’s not the world’s first rugged compact camera with a built-in WiFi, but its 18.2MP Exmor R CMOS sensor is something to be mentioned in this Sony Cybershot DSC-TX200V. It’s a rugged compact camera with the highest resolution at right now market.
The integration of a 35mm equivalent Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens with 5x optical zoom, the improved BIONZ image processor, Optical SteadyShot Active mode, and interesting features opens the wide ranges area of creativities to reveal your true special moments in first class quality of full HD 1080/60p video recording and full 18.2MP images at 10fps. It also gives you more enjoyment interfaces for your finger on a 3.3-inch OLED touch screen. Whether through touching or pushing, this camera will serve your shooting finely.
In addition, this new camera sports waterproof up to 5m, dustproof, freezeproof up to 14 degrees Fahrenheit, memory card slot, micro HDMI, USB ports, and Li-ion NP-BN 3.6V battery.
Fashioned in 95.5(W) x 58.3(H) x 16.0(D) mm and 129g with beautiful-flat design, Sony Cybershot DSC-TX200V rugged compact camera is going to be available for Americans in around March 23, 2012 in MSRP $499.99. You can pre-order this camera now. Which one is your color: red, violet or silver?
Source : Sony USA