If you're looking for a digital compact camera, check out the new offerings from Sony Electronics Asia Pacific – DSC-TX200V,DSC-WX70 and DSC-WX50. The Sony cameras are scheduled to launch in March this year.
Sony Electronics Asia Pacific is launching three new compact cameras in March this year, namely the TX200V, WX70 and WX50 which come with Sony’s Exmor R CMOS Sensor and advanced high-speed BIONZ imaging processor that promise high quality and advanced performance even for high-sensitivity shooting. With the enhanced Auto Focus function, the TX200V can focus easily at just 0.25 seconds even in dimly lit environments. Under bright conditions, the auto focus speeds are capable of reaching 0.13 seconds. The TX200V is equipped with GPS and Compass functions and also supports GPS log recording, which outdoor enthusiasts can see their shooting location and lens direction, as well as track journeys on a map. It has high resistance to water, dust and low temperatures, making it a great companion in almost any environment. All three cameras leverage upon the Extra High Sensitivity technology to deliver clearer, more stunning images even in dark settings; the maximum sensitivity is now boosted to ISO 12800.
The new Sony Cyber-shot TX200V, WX70 and WX50 digital compact cameras are available in Asia Pacific from March 2012. Pricing information will be released closer to launch date.