By Lisa Johnston
New products on display at the American International Toy Fair, held in N
Sony's Cyber-shot DSC-W55 was announced at International CES in January 2007 and shipped the following month for $200.
Situated in Sony's W-line of mainstream compact cameras, the DSC-W55 was available in blue, pink, black and silver.
It featured seven scene modes, an ISO-boosting blur-reduction mode (to ISO 1,000) and explanatory menus that guide users through the camera's function and alert to them the various print sizes supported by differing levels of image resolution.
The DSC-W55 features 7 megapixels, a 2.5-inch LCD, 3x optical zoom lens, 58MB of internal memory, VGA movie recording. Suggested retail is $200.Top 10 Point-And-Shoot Digital Cameras
|1||Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W55 (7.2MP)|
|2||Canon PowerShot SD750 (7.1MP)|
|3||Canon PowerShot SD1000 (7.1MP)|
|4||Sony DSC-W80 (7.2MP)|
|5||Canon PowerShot A560 (7.1MP)|
|6||Sony DSC-S700 (7.2MP)|
|7||Nikon CoolPix L11 (6MP)|
|8||Kodak EasyShare C613 (6.2MP)|
|9||Kodak EasyShare M853 (8.2MP)|
|10||Kodak EasyShare M753 (7MP)|
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