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HolidayBuyer's Guide

Sony Cyber-shot TX200V

Sony Cyber-shot TX200V

Sony Cyber-shot TX200V

Sony Cyber-shot TX200V

Sony Cyber-shot TX200V

Sony Cyber-shot WX70

Sony Cyber-shot WX70

Sony Cyber-shot WX70

Sony Cyber-shot WX70

Sony Cyber-shot WX50

Sony Cyber-shot WX50

Sony Cyber-shot TX200V

Sony Cyber-shot TX200V

Sony Cyber-shot TX200V

Sony Cyber-shot TX200V

Sony Cyber-shot WX70

Sony Cyber-shot WX70

Sony Cyber-shot WX50

Sony Cyber-shot WX50

Sony gave the Sony TX200V a reinforced glass front for no good reason other than design.
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There are some physical controls on top, but everything else is handled with the touch-screen OLED display. The camera is waterproof to 16 feet and dust- and freezeproof.
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The screen is 3.3 inches with a 16:9 aspect ratio. No battery was in the camera, so I couldn't see just how good the 1.2-million-dot-resolution OLED screen was.
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You can see the zoom toggle just there on the top corner for the internal 5x zoom lens.
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The camera is very small and lightweight and loaded with all of Sony's latest point-and-shoot technologies, including a ridiculous 18-megapixel resolution Exmor R CMOS sensor.
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The WX70 is for people who like their cameras to look like cameras. It is nearly identical to 2011's WX9, but with some new shooting options and enhanced low-light performance (at least according to Sony).
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Specs include 16-megapixel cameras with Exmor R backside-illuminated CMOS sensors, 5x f2.6-6.3 25-125mm lenses, and a 3-inch 921K-dot-resolution touch-screen LCD.
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Its size isn't that much different than the TX200V's, but its lens extends from the body.
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There's a Mini-HDMI port there on the side.
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The WX50 is nearly identical to WX70.
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In fact, the only difference--other than fewer body color choices--is its screen. The WX50 has a 2.7-inch 460K-dot-resolution LCD, and since it's not a touch screen, you get physical controls on back.
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