Summary: Simply put, my Sony Cyber-shot WX9 review reveals that this is one of the best cameras you'll find in the sub-$200 price range right now, when you combine this camera's image quality, performance, design, video capabilities, and ease of use.
Summary: The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX9 is Sony’s latest offering in its high-performance WX series, cameras which contain a backside illuminated CMOS sensor for improved low light ability and faster performance. The 16.2 megapixel WX9 succeeds the 12.2 megapixel WX5.
Pros: Attractive, lightweight, Good images, Excellent HD video
Cons: Small buttons, No saturation, sharpness adjustment, Oversaturated reds
Excerpt: You’ve heard of 16-megapixel DSLRs—how about a 16.2MP point-and-shoot? That’s what Sony just introduced and the WX9 not only takes 4608 x 3456 pixel photos, but Full HD AVCHD videos which is a very unique combination.
Pros: Excellent 16MP stills, Outstanding AVCHD videos, Very good 3-inch LCD screen
Cons: Digital noise at ISO 800 and above, No separate battery charger, LCD brightness adjustment buried too deep in menus
Excerpt: The Sony Cyber-shot WX9 is 16.2MP compact camera that fits somewhere in the middle of Sony’s early-2011 lineup. The image sensor is Sony’s rather impressive back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor, which is backed up by the power BIONZ image processor that allows the WX9 to deliver up to 10fps in burst...