[ Background music ] >> Brian Tong: Brian Tong here at CES 2010 and I'm here with the Sony Cybershot DSCTX7. This is part of their T series you guys have known it for its really thin, sleek design and also the touch panel back. This is gonna be a 3.5 inch high res touch screen panel so it looks really great when you navigate the menus and everything. Also this is gonna be a 10 megapixel camera, a 4x optimal zoom and also is gonna support 1080 P video. You'll also get the features that you've known with the panorama stitch mode that Sony taughted last year. This is a really killer feature you kind of move the camera across and then it puts together a great panorama image. It's also gonna have the auto HDR function where it takes 2 pictures, kind of stitches them together and gives you the best image possible. This is gonna sell for 399 sometime around February. We'll look to see it around then. I'm Brian Tong CNET at CES 2010.
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