Sony has unveiled a massive array of Cybershot and Handycam cameras and camcorders that it will be rolling out this year. The 8 Handycam models support Bravia's TRILUMINOS Display, while the 7 Cybershot models boast an array of features, including water resistance, durability, and a combination of CCD and CMOS sensors. Check out the pictures after the jump.
First up is the upcoming Cybershot line, which is comprised of the following models: the WX200 (18.2-megapixels, Exmor R CMOS sensor), WX80(16.2-megapixels, Exmor R CMOS sensor), WX60 (16.2-megapixels, Exmor R CMOS sensor), TF1 (16.1-megapixels, Super HAD CCD sensor), H200 (20.1-megapixels, Super HAD CCD sensor), W730 (16.1-megapixels, Super HAD CCD sensor), and the W710 (16.1-megapixels, Super HAD CCD sensor).
All of the models feature a 2.7-inch ClearPhoto LCD with the exception of the H200, which has a 3-inch display. The WX60, WX80, and WX200 models feature Improved Superior Auto and Improved Optical Steadyshot, and support for TRILUMINOS color. The latter two models are both Wi-Fi enabled, while all seven models feature Advanced Flash and Beauty Effect. All seven models will be released in Europe next month.
The Handycam camcorder line up is composed of the following models: the PJ780VE, JP650VE, PJ420VE, PJ320E, CX410VE, CX320E, CX280E, and the CX220E. All the camcorders feature full HD recording, TRILUMINOS Display support, and the Exmor R CMOS sensor, as well as optical/extended zoom of various powers. Select models include Sony's Advanced Sound System. Like the Cybershot models, these Handycams will roll out next month.