In their never-ending search to provide photogs the ever-smaller and ever-more powerful digital cameras, Sony is out with their new Cyber-shot DSC-WX500 and DSC-HX90V. Both the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX500 and DSC-HX90V represent what the company claims are the world's smallest travel zooms, which each boast 18.2MP BSI-CMOS sensors plus a 30x, 24-720mm lens with optical image stabilization. Both also see 3-inch LCDs that tilt upward, lens control rings, and offer 1080/60p video with Wi-Fi capability over NFC. Finishing the shared design features are compatibility with a new line of body cases, including a leather-finish option, mics, and audio recording that integrates with video recording.The devices begin to differ when it comes to the HX90V's pop-up OLED viewfinder as well as an integrated GPS to enhance image tagging. Both are set to launch this June and are priced at $330 and $430, respectively.