Friday, December 2, 2011

DSC-TX55 As The World's Slimmest Camera In Its Class

Sony DSC-TX55 - World's Thinnest Compact Camera This Time -

  • 16.2MP Exmor R™ CMOS Sensor
  • Ultra Sleek & Compact Body (Only 12.2mm thin)
  • 5x Optical Zoom & 10x Clear Image Zoom
  • Superior Auto for High Quality Images
  • 7 Picture Effect Modes
  • AVCHD Full HD movie recording

The DSC-TX55 camera features a range of innovative new technologies, including “By Pixel Super Resolution” technology, which boosts the cameras’ zoom range to a virtual 10x without losing quality at the image sensor’s maximum resolution (16.2 million pixels).

The new model is also the first Cyber-shot camera to offer a “Picture Effect” mode, which expands a shooter’s artistic possibilities without the need for editing software.  

This camera uses the Exmor R CMOS sensor with 16.2MP resolution, BIONZ image processor and 26mm wide-angle lens by Carl Zeiss with 5X optical zoom.  The camera’s back panel has a 3.3-inch Xtra Fine OLED widescreen, touch operated display.

At just 12.2mm thin, Cyber-shot TX55 is more than a sleek and stylish extension of who you are. It comes with innovative features like 16.2MP “Exmor R™” CMOS sensor and Superior Auto for capturing high quality images and Full HD movies. Plus 7 new picture effects to give you more creative freedom.

DSC-TX55 also boasts of the highly acclaimed Exmor R? CMOS sensor that delivers incredible image detail and ultra-low picture noise in both still images and Full HD video even in low light conditions. 
The camera?s hi-speed auto focus can lock onto subject in as little as 0.1 seconds, letting users grab the most fleeting photo moments with ease.

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.

The DSC-TX55 can record full HD video and has 5x zoon and 3D capability. Sony claims the camera ultra-low picture noise in both still images and full HD video, even in low light conditions and has a high-speed auto focus. 

The DSC-TX55 is available in gold, black and silver colours and is priced at Rs. 19,990.


No comments:

Post a Comment