This new device may not be true to you, a camera with just a slightly half inch thicker can take a shoot at almost zero time rate. And that is comparable as to capture a subject as twice fast as it points-and-shoots.
Well, that’s one of the catches Sony has to offer with the latest version of Cyber-shot TX200V’s. Featuring an18-inch megapixels Exmor R backslide-illuminated sensor designed for compact devices and for quality shoots in low light conditions plus a 5x f3.5-4.8 26-130mm Carl Zeiss lens.
Out from these features is the enhanced autofocus system, which is claimed to deliver an approximate speed at 0.25 seconds in low light and 0.13 seconds in bright settings. With the output that will likely to amaze you on the 3.3-inch touch-screen OLED display at 1.2-million-dot-resolutions.
Sony Cyber-shot TX200V also features AVCHD (Advanced Video Codec High Definition) with nine picture effects and toy camera filters, a format at 1080p at 60 fps that is above the current frames used in Hollywood movies.
This device is a real beast when put together all including the external features such as: the dustproof, freeze proof to 14 degrees Fahrenheit and waterproof up to 16ft deep, for the price of $500 with release date this March, US market.