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Sony W120 Intro

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W120 couples a seven megapixel sensor to a Zeiss-branded 4x optical zoom and a 2.5-inch 115,000 pixel LCD display. There's also an optical viewfinder, an increasingly rare feature that's useful when the LCD is difficult to see or when trying to conserve power.

Sony W120 Features

The DSC-W120's 32 - 128mm equivalent lens is slightly wider than most, and incorporates Sony's Super Steady Shot optical image stabilization. Autofocus is performed by a 9-point Contrast Detection system with AF assist lamp. Other W120 features include ISO sensitivity to a maximum of ISO 3200, a Memory Stick Duo / PRO Duo card slot plus 15MB of built in memory. The W120 derives its power from a proprietary Lithium-ion rechargeable battery, which is CIPA rated for about 350 shots on a charge. The W120 also offers high definition component video output, via an optional proprietary cable or cradle.

Additional Sony W120 features and details (adapted from the press release):

Sony W120 Pricing and Availability

The Sony Cybershot W120 is priced at $200, and will reach US retail shelves from March 2008. The W120 will be available in black, silver, blue or pink.