Building on their Cyber-shot line-up in India, Sony has unveiled the DSC-TX55. The company is touting the DSC-TX55 as the world's slimmest camera in its class.
Sony India has expanded its Cyber-shot camera range with the launch of the DSC-TX55. The company dubs the DSC-TX55 as the world's slimmest camera in its class. The new Sony camera is 12.2 mm thick (measurement excludes lens cover) and features 16.2 megapixel, Full HD video, 5x Zoom and 3D capability.
The DSC-TX55 also features Exmor R CMOS sensor that is supposed to deliver high image detail and ultra-low picture noise in both still images and Full HD video – even in low light conditions. The company says camera’s hi-speed auto focus can lock onto subject in as little as 0.1 seconds.
The new DSC-TX55 camera makes it simple for users to easily achieve DSLR-like picture quality. Its Superior Auto mode recognises a wide range of shooting situations, adjusting exposure and other settings for high-quality images with low noise and high dynamic range. Further, the camera’s back panel has a 3.3-inch (8.3cm) Xtra Fine OLED wide touch-screen.
The 3D Still Image feature captures dramatic 3D photos without the need for a large, bulky stereoscopic lens. With a single shutter press, the camera takes two shots consecutively, using the first image to estimate depth information to create a dramatic three-dimensional still image. Other 3D shooting options include 3D Sweep Panorama mode and Sweep Multi Angle.
DSC-TX55 is available in Gold, Black & Silver and is priced at Rs. 19,990. It is available at all Sony Centers and other major electronic outlets across India.