CES wasn’t all about 3D. Sony, even though they had a lot of focus on 3D stuff, like that awesome prototype for a 3D headset, they still had other stuff to show off, like the line of Cyber Shots that were set for release in 2011. Among them was the DSC-TX100V, which is the first among the entire CyberShot line of cameras to sport an OLED screen. This was definitely a great design choice, because is was just beautiful in terms of brightness, clarity and color reproduction. Sony didn’t look away in the design department either. It has a very rugged look, but at the same time, it’s extremely classy. It has a very rubbery look and feel to it, but doesn’t have any of those bulky rubber accents, which makes it seem sleek and rugged at the same time, which is not something you see everyday on gadgets. Sitting in the booth was also the DSC-WX10, which is the only digital camera to support shooting video at full HD 1080p resolution at 60 fps. There were a few more interesting cameras that we’ll see released through the year. Look out for these guys from Sony for all your digital camera needs.
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