Sony CyberShot is back with two new models. One is WX30 and the other one, about which I am talking about, TX55 which is supposed to be the world’s thinnest HD camera and that’s why I decided to write about it before WX30. The best and the most talked feature about Sony Cybershot TX55 is of course the thinness of the camera and then all the other specifications get along.
It was first announced on 25th July 2011 and is expected to hit the market by September 2011. The specifications of the camera are good enough and of course the thing which has gained it a lot of momentum, as you know by know, is the thinness.
You can check the specifications below;
- Sony CyberShot TX55 has a Carl-Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens with a 3.3 inch OLED touchscreen.
- It is a 16.2 megapixels camera with 5x optical zoom.
- It can record videos in Full High Definition 1080p as well as 3rd Dimension.
- The special features include – Intelligent Sweep Panaroma, 3D Sweep Panaroma and Sweep Multi Angle.
- Can give up to 125 minutes(250 shots) with a single charge.
- It gives you an internal memory of 19MB which is fine for a camera.
- This thinnest HD camera weighs 94 grams.
- A 10x Clear Image Zoom is also available which magnifies pictures without losing the high quality of the picture.
- The memory card slot in the TX55 works with Memory Stick Micro (M2) and MicroSD/SDHC cards.
- The expect release month is September and the expected initial price would be $350. It will be first released in Europe and United States and after that will slowly expand to the rest of the world.