Sony TX and WX digital cameras at CES 2011

Sony has unveiled a few more digital cameras today and these cameras have some cool features. The new cameras include the new TX and WX lines with some world first features onboard. The cameras include the TX100V, the TX10, HX7V, WX10, and WX9 digital cameras. They all share many of the same features like Dual Rec technology to take pictures and still video at the same time with a single imager, which is a first on any camera in the world.

The TX100v is the first compact digital still camera to offer 1920 x 1080 video resolution with output for your TV. The camera also has a 3.5-inch OLED touchscreen and more. The WX10 is one of the few still cameras that include a high-speed linear auto focus feature that allows focusing speeds similar to what you see on a DSLR. The TX100V has a 16.2MP image sensor and GPS and it supports 3D still shots and panoramas with pricing at $380.

The TX10 is waterproof, dustproof, and shock proof with a 3-inch rear LCD, 1080i movie mode, and a 16.2MP image sensor and it will sell for about $330. The HX7V has a Sony G lens with 10x optical zoom, 3D capability, GPS, 16.2MP resolution and 10fps bursts with pricing at $300. The WX10 will sell for $280 and will have 10fps shooting at 16.2MP resolution. It also has manual modes and 3D capability. The WX9 is going to sell for $220 with 16.2MP resolution, 10fps bursts, and more. All of the cameras will land in March.