The Sony HDMS-S1D Digital Photo Album will store, organize, and show off your images on an HDTV. The $400 device has plenty of storage (80GB) and many methods to import your photos. You can create slideshows, organize images into albums, and output to CD, DVD, or memory card, all from the comfort of your couch. The HDMS-S1D will be available in October 2007.
Well, we knew that Sony had two digital SLRs in the works and today they've announced the Sony Alpha A700, targeted at "photo enthusiasts or serious photo hobbyists". The A700 has a 12.2 megapixel EXMOR CMOS sensor, BIONZ processing engine, and in-camera image stabilization. The A700 body will be available in October for $1400. Also available in October will be a kit that has the camera and a 18-70mm lens for $1500. In November, you can get a kit with a 16-105mm lens for $1900.
I really liked the Sony W70 I tested a couple of years back, so I approached the new Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W80 with a lot of enthusiasm. The W80 is an attractive entry-level auto-exposure only digicam designed to appeal to casual photographers, snap-shooters, first time digital camera buyers, and shutterbugs who value simplicity and ease of use.
Sony is rolling out two new models in their slim T series of digital cameras. The most eye-catching feature on these two cameras is the large, touch-sensitive LCDs. The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T200 has a 3 inch touch sensitive LCD and the Cyber-shot DSC-T70 has a touch sensitive 3 inch LCD. Both cameras capture images at 8 megapixels, have face detection, HD output, and all the features that have been seen before on the T models. Both cameras will ship in mid-September, with the T200 retailing for $400 and the T70 retailing for $330.
We're currently working on our full review of the 8.1 megapixel Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T100 and wanted to give you a few initial impressions. The T100 is the latest flagship of Sony's slim and stylish T series. With the T100, Sony has increased the optical zoom to 5x and given the cameras HD output capabilties. The large 3 inch LCD provides plenty of space to frame your shots and review them later. The new T cameras also feature the Bionz processor that was first seen in Sony's Alpha A100 digital SLR.
Sony Europe announced the new Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S800 digital camera that will be available in May 2007. The feature that will catch the most interest is the 6x optical zoom in the camera. The camera also takes 8.1 megapixel shots and has a 2.5 inch LCD with 230K pixels of resolution.
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W35 is at the bottom of the current line of W models from Sony, but it's still quite a capable camera. It's a 7.2 megapixel camera with a 3x optical zoom and 2 inch LCD. Our full review will be done in a few days, but in the meantime, we wanted to give our our initial impressions about the camera.
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S700 is a 7.2 megapixel entry level camera with a 3x optical zoom and 2.4 inch LCD. We'll be posting our full review in a few days and wanted to give you our first thoughts about this camera.
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-G1 is Sony's first foray into wireless-enabled digital cameras and they're going big. The G1 can transfer images to any Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) device wirelessly, has a 3.5 inch LCD, 2GB of internal memory and can take 6 megapixel images. All this camera comes at a cost though, with the G1 retailing for $600, starting in April.
The two new digital cameras in Sony's ultra-slim T line are sure to keep the fashion-conscious equipped with the latest cameras. In bodies less than a half-inch thick, the 8 megapixel Cyber-shot DSC-T20 and Cyber-shot DSC-T100 come in multiple colors and the T100 even gets a new 5x optical zoom. The T100 will be available in March for $400 and the T20 will be available in April for $330.
Sony has announced two new digital cameras to update their ultra-zoom H series. The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H7 and Cyber-shot DSC-H9 will ship in April 2007 for $400 and $480 respectively. The new cameras improve upon their successors (the H2 and H5) with new Sony technology (like the Bionz processor) and increasing their zoom capabilities to 15x optical zooms.
Today, Sony has announced four new entry level digital cameras, the Cyber-shot DSC-W55, DSC-W35, DSC-S700, and DSC-S650. The entire quartet can capture 7.2 megapixel images and will range from $150 to $200 when they hit the market in February and March. Read on for additional specs on the new Cyber-shots.
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