Sony introduces two new Cyber-shot compacts, the DSC-TX9 (pictured above) and DSC-WX5, which claim to be the worldâ€™s smallest 3D cameras. The new cameras capture 3D images with a single lens system using a sweeping motion.
The TX9 and WX5 also boast extremely low-noise images. To deliver low-noise images, both models feature a â€˜Superior Autoâ€™ mode that shoots multiple frames (2 to 6 shots) then combines them to reduce noise. The images can also be combined to boost dynamic range.
Both models utilize Sonyâ€™s latest 12.2-megapixel, 1/2.3″ Exmor R back illuminated CMOS sensor. Also in the specs: 4x wide angle optical zoom lens and 2.8-inch LCD for the WX5, and 3.5-inch touchscreen LCD and 25-100mm equivalent lens for the TX9.
Also unveiled was the 14-megapixel DSC-T99 compact featuring a 1/2.3-inch Super HAD CCD sensor, 2.8-inch TFT LCD screen and 4X 25-100mm optical zoom lens.
All three new cameras will be available in September with retail prices of $400 for the TX9, $300 for the WX5 and $250 for the T99.
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