Sony released what it calls the world’s first back-illuminated “EXMOR R” CMOR sensor Cybershot, WX1 andTX1 cameras.

The new Cybershot cameras feature low-light performance, improved image-clarity and reduced grain effect.

The slim pocket camera DSC-TX1 feature 3-inch touch screen display, 10.2 megapixel sensors with optical image stabilization, Carl Zeiss 4x zoom in a 16.5mm wide and both compact Cybershot can record videos in 720p at 30fps in HD Mpeg4 format up to 2GB.

It also boasts of 10.2 megapixel sensors, 5x optical zoom, 24mm wide angle of 2.7 inch LCD display for its DSC-WX1 camera with less noise and faster shutter speeds shots.

“With these new “Exmor R” CMOS sensor cameras, Sony has vastly improved the customer experience for taking pictures with digital still cameras in low-light scenarios,” the company said.

The Cybershot camera WX1 will be available in October for $350 and $380 for TX1 which will start shipping next month.