Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Sony Japan to Set Free a Toughie yet Drop-dead Snapper

From the non-grapevine snitch, Sony Japan announced a wafer-thin digital camera named Cybershot DSC-TX5. The lucky shutterbug who would own the Cybershot DSC-TX5 won’t have any headache if he accidentally wets the digicam with water cuz it’s a water-resistant camera in the first place.

The Cybershot DSC-TX5 is also armed with a 10.6 megapixel CMOS sensor to snap those momentous events of your life. On top of that, the Cybershot DSC-TX5 has been stocked with the famed Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens which means you won’t have to spend so much time in your PC fixing up your recently taken blurred photos.

The Cybershot DSC-TX5 will be up for grabs in Japan for 40,000 Yen this oncoming March 5, 2010.