The 12-megapixel Cyber-shot DSC-WX5 is Sony's follow-up to its 2009's WX1. It features a Sony G 5x f2.4-5.9 24-120mm-equivalent lens and the company's backside-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor.
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That's a 2.8-inch LCD with a resolution of 460K dots.
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Though not as thin as Sony's similarly featured TX9, the WX5 measures just 0.8-inch thick.
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If you don't like black, the WX5 comes in silver, too.
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In case you were interested in what the inside of the camera looks like, here you go.
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This is not what the 3D photos look like, but they do look good. Unfortunately, you need a 3D HDTV and 3D glass to view your 3D panorama photos from the camera.
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The rest of what comes in the box. The WX5 will be available for about $300
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