Sony to showcase its 14.1mm-thick digital camera ‘Cyber-shot TX1’

SEOUL, Korea (AVING Special Report on ‘IFA 2009’) — <Visual News> Sony showcased its 14.1mm-thick digital camera ‘Cyber-shot TX1’ at IFA 2009.

Cyber-shot TX1 is available in five gorgeous colours, the super-slim Cyber-shot TX1 proves that mouthwatering looks don’t have to compromise serious photo performance. Just 14.1mm thin, it’s the first Cyber-shot T series camera that features a sensitive Exmor R CMOS sensor for sensational imaging performance, even in low light.

Slim and effortlessly chic, the TX1 features a large 3-inch Clear Photo LCD Plus touchscreen with an easy-to-use new touch interface. Flick through your images with a fingertip. Drag and drop frequently-used functions like flash and ISO settings onto the one-touch menu screen. With the Cyber-shot TX1 it’s fabulously quick, easy and intuitive.

At the heart of this cameras’ sensational imaging performance is the groundbreaking Exmor R CMOS sensor. With a resolution of 10.2 effective megapixels, it’s teamed with Sony’s powerful BIONZ processor for superb pictures and rapid shooting responses.

Sony’s Exmor R sensor uses an innovative sensor structure that captures more light than conventional CMOS designs, boosting sensitivity while reducing image noise. The result: breathtakingly natural, detail-packed photos – even in low light conditions where other cameras struggle.

The powerful BIONZ processor is key to both cameras’ super-fast shooting responses. The mechanical shutter of the TX1 and WX1 can grab a continuous burst of full-resolution images at an incredible 10 frames per second – quicker than many professional DSLR cameras.

This camera shoots detail-packed 720p HD movie clips and audio at a super-smooth 30 frames per second. It’s a great way to capture those memories in sparkling HD when you don’t have your Handycam with you.