Sony has formally revealed its latest Cyber-shot TX55 compact camera, a shooter it claims is the thinnest compact on the market. The 1.2.2 mm thin snapper might be size zero, but it is completely loaded with top-end specs to create images and movies appear stunning.
Beneath the hood you will discover the newest Exmor sensor of Sony, packing in 16.2 megapixels for high resolution shooting. That is amped up to 42.9 megapixels when using high resolution mode as part of the Intelligent Sweep Panorama feature of the camera.
Full HD recording is as well on board, with support for 16GB Memory Sticks or 8GB SD cards, so you could cram it filled of your hi-def handiwork. You could as well get 3D stills and clips using the cameras designed for three-dimensional features, while the 5x optical zoom could be ramped up to 10x utilizing the ‘By Pixel Super Resolution’ function. The Big S considers this increase enlargement without striking the pixel count.
A series of special filters to give your pictures a unique look, without having to jerk them in Photoshop, complete the package. The TX55 is due to land afterward this summer, with Sony so far to expose official UK pricing.