Sony has announced two new digital cameras that both bring the 3 inch, touch screen LCD goodness. The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T50 features the first touch screen in the ultra compact, stylish "T" series. The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-N2 is an update to the previous touch sensitive N1 and bumps the resolution up to 10 megapixels. Look for both models in October, with the T50 coming in around $500 and the N2 for about $450.
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Howard Creech gives his first thoughts on the ultra compact Kodak Easyshare V610. The full review will be coming soon for this 6 megapixel, 10x optical zoom camera that is less than an inch thick.
Given the amazing number of digital cameras announced last month, our most popular list is sure to change soon. In fact, a record high four cameras left the list between July and August. Manufacturers are gearing up for the holiday and trade show season with plenty of updates to their existing lines. If you find yourself needing to replace or upgrade your camera, we like to profile the most popular cameras on our web site to give you a good idea of what people are considering.
Fujifilm today has announced the successor to their Finepix S9000 digital camera. The enthusiast oriented Fujifilm Finepix S9100 features a 9 megapixel Super CCD sensor, 10.7x optical zoom, and the ability to shoot at ISO 80-1600. Look for the S9100 in September for $599.
Canon has added three new cameras to their Powershot "A" line of digital cameras, named for their use of AA batteries. The Canon Powershot A710 IS features image stabilization and more resolution than it's younger sibling, the A700. To replace the A620 and A610 models, that have flip-out, rotating LCDs, Canon has introduced the Canon Powershot A640 and A630. These cameras will be in stores in October. The A710 IS and A640 will retail for $399, while the A630 will retail at $299.
The Canon EOS Digital Rebel XTi (or EOS 400D outside North America) digital SLR has been announced today. The XTi replaces the Digital Rebel XT as Canon's entry level digital SLR. The XTi features 10.1 megapixels of resolution, a 2.5 inch, 230K pixel LCD, an imaging sensor cleaning system, and other enhancements. It will be available in September for $899 with the EF-S 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6 zoom lens and $799 for the body only.
Nikon has announced three new cameras in their "Style" line of digital cameras. The Nikon Coolpix S9 resembles the S5 and S6 models introduced earlier this year with the slim wave design. The Nikon Coolpix S10 has the same swivel body as the S4 model from last year - they have to make room for the lens somehow. The Nikon Coolpix S7c has the slim wave design, but features WiFi, a 3 inch screen, and it's not silver.
Nikon has announced two new cameras in their Coolpix "Life" or L lineup of digital cameras. The Nikon Coopix L5 features 7.2 megapixels, 5x optical zoom, 2.5 inch LCD and Nikon's Vibration Reduction system. It will be available in September for $299. The Nikon Coolpix L6 features 6 megapixels, 3x optical zoom, 2.5 inch LCD, and 1000 shots on the included Energizer lithium AA batteries. The L6 will available in September for $199.
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