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Sony extends Cyber-shot W series compact line

Here comes summer

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From Sony, two new Cyber-shot W-series compact cameras, out in July in time for the summer hols.

Sony Cyber-shot W190

Sony's Cyber-shot W190: ready for the summer

The W180 and W190 differ only on image sensor - 10.1Mp and 12.1Mp, respectively - digital zoom - 17x and 18x - and, for these two reasons, price, though Sony didn't say what it'll charge for the cameras.

Sony Cyber-shot W180

All the standard features

Both have all the usual tricks, including a smile detector that only operates the shutter when it detects a pearly grin. They have anti-shake technology and an ISO range that extends to 3200. ®

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