Sony has just unveiled their new line of touchscreen digital cameras with the Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-TX1. The device has a 10.2-megapixel TX1 camera that has a low-light shooting features, and is equipped with a three-inch touchscreen display that is capable of responding to stylus and finger gestures.
The body of the digital camera is just 0.66 inches thick while the overall size compares to the standard Sony Cyber-Shot digital cameras. The 10.2-megapixel camera doesn’t come with Sony G Lens of the DSC-WX1, but has a low-light optimized Exmor R CMOS Sensor and Twilight mode. This means, according to Gizmodo, that “a series of shots can be combined at various exposures to produce photos with greater dynamic range.”
The Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-TX1 has a shutter button, but all controls are in the touchscreen. The screen also lets you flick over your photos with a finger. The camera has a 4x optical zoom, and can record 720p HD (MEPG-4 at 30fps).
The Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-TX1 will be available in September in gray, blue, pink and silver for $380.