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by Brad Soo on February 28 2012

Sony Cyber-shot TX20

If you fancied the waterproof all-glass Cyber-shot TX200V that Sony introduced last month but wanted something that is actually shockproof and not as bank-breaking, take a look at the new rugged Sony Cyber-shot TX20 that Sony introduced today.

The TX20 replaced last year’s model, the Sony TX10 which we recently reviewed, with minimal changes; which include new body color designs, improved focusing performance, addition of Picture Effects and ability to take still photos while recording movies

  • 16 megapixel CMOS imaging sensor
  • Waterproof (5 meters/16 feet), freezeproof (-10C/14F), shockproof (1.5 meters/5 feet) and dustproof
  • 4X optical zoom: 25 – 100 mm (f3.5 – f4.6) lens
  • Optical image stabilization
  • 3 inch LCD touchscreen (921, 600 pixels)
  • Intelligent Auto and Superior Auto with scene modes; no manual controls
  • Boasts super fast autofocus, Sony is claiming AF speeds of 0.13 seconds in bright light, 0.25 seconds in low light
    10 FPS continuous shooting
  • Clear Image Zoom allows for 2X digital zoom without lowering image quality
  • Picture Effects, 3D photo/panorama modes, Sweep Panorama, Anti Motion Blur and HDR modes
  • Full HD 1080p 60i movie mode with stereo sound, optical zoom, can take 12 megapixel photos while recording
  • Takes SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards
  • Uses a lithium-ion battery
  • Available in May for $330
  • Comes in your choice of black, blue, pink, purple or orange

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