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LAS VEGAS--The WX80 is the entry point of Sony's Exmor R BSI CMOS cameras and the highlight of its CES 2013 camera announcements.
The ultracompact camera features an 8x 25-200mm lens.
Among its many features is built-in Wi-Fi, allowing you to connect to your smartphone to control basic camera functions including shutter release, zoom, and flash mode as well as transfer and share your shots.
The W730 has the same lens as the WX80, but because it uses a 16-megapixel CCD sensor instead of the WX80's 16-megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor, it doesn't have nearly the same features.
The TF1 is Sony's $199 waterproof (up to 33 feet), dustproof, shockproof, and freezeproof camera.
It features a 16-megapixel CCD sensor with 4x optical zoom and a 2.7-inch LCD.
To keep water and dust out, the TF1's battery, ports, and card slot are under one locking door.
The H200 is Sony's new budget-friendly megazoom powered by AA batteries.
For $249 you get a 20-megapixel CCD sensor with 26x optical zoom (22.3-580mm).
Shooting features are basic, but Sony does give you some of its new features including advanced flash performance, beauty effects, and 360-degree panorama images.
The W710 is a simple $99 point-and-shoot.
While it's not loaded with features, like the H200, it has a couple of Sony's latest shooting options.
The skinny camera features a 16-megapixel CCD sensor with 5x optical zoom (28-140mm).