At IFA, Sony launches serious GoPro competition, finally becoming a real GoPro competor with the 60 fps 1080p video update after its predecessor and embedded SteadyShot image stabilization. Toshiba is launching the Camileo X-Sports box cam, with a similar rectangular design as the GoPro. As with the Sony cam, it comes with a display (2-inch LCD) and like all state-of-the-art action cams, packs a 12 MPixel sensor recording video at 1080p@60. A wristband is included, but this one does not look as fancy as the Sony one and does not have a display. Like the GoPro it also has WiFi functionality. The included waterproof package should be safe up to 60 meters of depth, drowning the Sony model. No specs on the "ultra-wide angle lens". Even cooler, they did enable the Electronic Image Stabilization feature in the (probably also Ambarella) board firmware, leaving GoPro (and the Contour cams) as the only high-end action camera without stabilization... Can you hear us GoPro?