Sony Cyber-shot WX80 & Sony Cyber-shot TF1: CES 2013 Hands-on video

Sony Cyber-shot WX80 & Sony Cyber-shot TF1: CES 2013 Hands on video: Sony has refreshed its compact camera lineup at CES 2013, introducing five new models across its range. The Sony WX200 and Sony WX60 both feature the brand’s own Exmor R CMOS sensors (18.2 million and 16.2 million pixels, respectively), which it claims deliver images rich in detail. Sony also says it has improved Optical Steadyshot to greatly improve the camera‘s ability to reduce the effect of camera shake. Both cameras feature Clear Image Zoom to boost the 8x and 10x zooms, to double their capability. Superior Auto mode has also been upgraded, so it can now recognise a wider range of shooting situations, including difficult low-light scenes. Inbuilt Wi-Fi is included on the Sony Cyber-Shot WX200, and is designed to make image sharing easier. Full resolution images can be transmitted wirelessly to a smartphone or tablet and uploaded to social networks via the Sony PlayMemories mobile app. You can also use a smartphone as a remote control for the camera. Beauty Effect is featured across the entire new lineup, and is designed to bring out the best in portrait subjects by retouching photos to remove skin blemishes and wrinkles. All new models also include Advanced Flash, which extends the camera‘s effective flash range, which should be useful for party shots. For all the news from CES 2013, head to Keep up to date with the latest technology news: Enter our competitions

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