Express Review posted for Sony Cyber-shot WX1!|
Zig Weidelich, The Imaging Resource
(Wednesday, October 14, 2009 - 22:32 EDT)
The Sony WX1 is one unique digital camera that will let you take sharp pictures indoors and at night, using a novel approach to low-light shooting: It rapidly snaps six images and stacks them up, aligning them right in the camera resulting in one low-noise image that's good enough to make an 11x14-inch print.
The Sony WX1 does other tricks too, building a panorama out of hundreds of images, allowing you to just press the shutter and pan. No tedious stepwise panning as in other digital cameras, just one sweep that takes mere moments. And if that weren't enough, you can even capture a 10-frame per second sequence of images at the full 10 megapixels. Of course, the Sony WX1 also has face detection, smile detection, a 24-120mm lens, and HD movie capability, all in a tiny digital camera whose main drawback is that it may be too hard to hold! Click here for our review of the Sony WX1.