Sony Cyber-shot DSCHX9VB Reviews
Product Type: Sony digital cameras
Description:Model ID DSCHX9VB.CEH / Manufacturer: Sony / Type: Digital Camera / Optical Zoom 16x / Resolution: 16.8 Megapixels
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