The WX80 is not the only ultra compact digital camera Sony brought to the CES 2013. The new Cyber-shot W730 and W710 also made their appearance at the show. Replacing the W610, W620 and W650, the new models stay compact to easily fit into your pocket. Both W730 and W710 sport 16.1 Megapixel Super HAD CCD image sensor and BIONZ image processor and are capable of 720p HD video recording.
The W730 comes equipped with a 8x optical zoom Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens and features Optical SteadyShot image Stabilization with 2-way Active Mode for capturing clear still images and videos; while the W710 gets a 5x optical zoom Sony lens and SteadyShot Image Stabilization. These compact Cyber-shots feature Sweep Panorama mode for capturing 360-degree panoramic shots, Intelligent Auto Mode and Smile Shutter technology as well as Face Detection technology.
The W730 and W710 include Beauty Effects for enhacing skin tone, and Picture Effects for adding creative touch to photos. They both have a 2.7-inch ClearPhoto LCD display. The former is priced at $99.99 and the latter costs a bit more at $139.99. Sony will release them on 25 January. You can pre-order here.