Sony unveiled the latest in its P series of Cybershot cameras, but we're wondering why they bothered. Not that there was anything wrong with its predecessor, the P150, but Sony literally didn't change a thing except for smoothing out the case a bit. It has the same Super HAD 7.2 Megapixel CCD, the same Real Image processor, the same lens and all the same functions. The P150 was pretty well received at its launch for being a powerful, solid, small camera, so it's not like the P200 stinks, or even lags behind the competitors for pocket-sized models. But please, Sony, was it really worth making a fuss and adding 50 to model number just to mellow the harsh lines of the P150?