Typically, waterproof or ruggedized cameras tend to look a bit too big and/or bulky. Sony has bucked that ugly camera trend with their latest Cyber-Shot TX200V Waterproof Camera. The TX200V is skinny at 16mm deep, waterproof to five meters, freeze-proof, and dustproof. Ok, so how do the camera features stack up? Pretty good actually, you get an 18.2 megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor, a 3-inch LCD touchscreen, 5x optical zoom, 1080/60p video recording, high-speed autofocus, a built-in GPS and Compass, face detection technology, and optical image stabilization. Expect to see the Sony TX200V for sale in March for about $500. Can't wait to see it in action.
Sony Cyber-Shot TX200V Waterproof Camera
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I own this camera and it still takes good shots even on dark deep water. We take shots of sharks using this while on scuba diving in the Philippines. But i dont recommend it above water. I still use my brand new nikon L120 for shoots on land 🙂