Sony has just announced a bunch of new Cybershot compact system cameras for the mass market, a list which kicks off with the DSC-HX60V, which features a 20.4 megapixel sensor with a 30x optical zoom Sony G lens, the latest BIONZ X processor, Clear Image Zoom technology that can double the optical range to 60x, Full HD video recording and Optical SteadyShot Intelligent Active Modes

The camera also features both Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity.

Next up is the HX60V with the main feature of being able to output 4K images to a UHD TV, as well as featuring GPS on board allowing images to be geotagged. There’s also a 3-inch LCD screen on the back.

Then there’s the DSC-WX350 which features a 20x optical zoom and an 18.2 megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor, alongside a BIONZ X processor, Full HD recording, Wi-Fi, NFC, a battery life that is said to last 470 shots and a 3 inch LCD rear-facing display.

The DSC_WX220 will feature similar specs, without the Wi-FI support and only a 10x optical zoom, as well as a downsized 2.7 inch LCD rear-facing display.

And then finally there’s the DSC-W800, featuring a 5x optical zoom lens, 20.1 megapixel Super HAD CCD sensor and 720p video recording, but without the BIONZ X processor.

All of the compacts are now available to pre-order, prices have yet to be confirmed however.

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