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Taiwan market: Sony launches DSLR camera, to launch 4 new Cybershot cameras
Adam Hwang, DIGITIMES, Taipei [Tuesday 12 January 2010]

Sony has launched its new entry-level A450 Alpha-series DSLR camera for sale in the Taiwan market at a recommended retail price of NT$19,980 (US$624) and will launch four Cybershot series digital cameras, the TX7, W380, W350 and W320 on January 21, according to Sony Taiwan.

A450 is equipped with a 14.2-megapixel CMOS image sensor and 2.7-inch 230,400-pixel LCD screen, Sony Taiwan indicated.

Sony Cybershot digital camera specifications

TX7

W380

W350

W320

Resolution of image sensor

10.2-megapixel CMOS

14.1-megapixel CCD

Optical zoom

4x

5x

4x

Screen

3.5-inch 920,000-pixel touch LCD

2.7-inch 230,400-pixel LCD

Resolution of video recording

1080i

720p HD

VGA

Recommended retail price (NT$)

13,980

9,980

7,980

4,980

Source: Company, compiled by Digitimes, January 2010

Sony DSLR model A450

Sony Alpha series DSLR camera A450
Photo: Company

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