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Christmas Gift Guide

Sony Cyber-shot TX66

Sony Cyber-shot TX66

Sony Cyber-shot TX66

Sony Cyber-shot TX20

Sony Cyber-shot TX20

Sony Cyber-shot TX20

Sony Cyber-shot TX20

Sony Cyber-shot WX150

Sony Cyber-shot WX150

Sony Cyber-shot WX150

Sony Cyber-shot WX150

Sony Cyber-shot W690

Sony Cyber-shot W690

The DSC-TX66 is Sony's slimmest, most powerful ultracompact. It will be available in silver, gold, red, white, purple, and pink this March for about $350.
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The TX66 is the same thickness as a AA battery.
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It has a beautiful and very responsive 3.3-inch touch-screen OLED display.
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The DSC-TX20 is Sony's latest ultracompact rugged camera.
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Under the cover is an internal wide-angle 4x zoom lens.
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The camera is waterproof up to 16 feet, dustproof, shockproof up to 5 feet, and freezeproof to 14 degrees Fahrenheit.
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The TX20 will be available in orange, green, black, blue, and pink this May for about $330.
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Sony no longer considers a 10x zoom part of its high-zoom H-series line. The 10x zoom Cyber-shot DSC-WX150 and DSC-W690 are now under the compact W series.
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The WX150 has a 3-inch 460K-dot resolution LCD.
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It's packing an 18-megapixel backside-illuminated CMOS sensor.
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The 10x zoom goes from 25mm to 250mm.
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The Sony Cyber-shot W690 has the same lens as the WX150, but switches to a 16-megapixel CCD sensor.
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It also has a 3-inch LCD, but it's half the resolution of the WX150's.
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