As if the announcement of the CyberShot DSC-WX1 and DSC-TX1 wasn’t enough for Sony today, they went and announced an interesting accessory for both aforementioned models with the Sony Party-shot. The Party-shot is a dock for only those two models of digital cameras, and is designed to pan 360 degrees, and can tilt at up to a 24-degree angle for all sorts of random shots at your next par-tay. It features face detection, and can adjust composition on those embarrassing, and possibly incriminating, photos on the fly. It can run for up to 11 hours, and is powered by 2 AA batteries. The Party-shot will be available in September for a price of $150.
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Sony has recently added to their CyberShot collection with the DSC-WX1 and the DSC-TX1. Both of them are 10.2 point-and-shoot cameras that have facial detection, smile shutter, anti-motion blur plus multi-shot modes, wide panorama capability, plus 10 frames per second shooting.
As for the differences, the WX1 (left in photo) has a 2.7 inch LCD, a Sony G lens, 5x optical zoom with f/2.5 maximum aperture, 720p HD movie recording, and an “Exmore R” illuminated CMOS sensor for better low-light handling. As for the TX1, it has a 3-inch LCD and a Carl Zeiss Tesar lens with 4x telescopic zoom.
The Sony Cybershot DSC-WX1 will be released in October for a price of $350, in black. The DSC-TX1 will be available in September for $380 in silver gray, pink, and blue. Full release, after the break.