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Sony Compacts rule

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So no one has said much about the Sony's release of W30 and W50. well, they are a completely redesigned line of cameras which resemble the Canon Elph series somewhat. the Original W series was blockier and not pocket friendly, but looks like it has changed since. Sony has been good to me and i've owned the old P5 as well as the V1, both produced top notch picts in any situation. now the W30 and W50 are both 6 MP, 3X optical zoom, but have 2 inch and 2.5 inch LCD's respectively. if i were to choose a compact again, i'd go with the Sony W's, but hey i'll have to stick with what i've got for now. [equipbug]
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PS: this camera also shoots in the RAW format!
photos: www.sony.jp

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