News 02.27.2007 Comments Off
The Sony company used pre PMA media attention to announce new Cyber-Shoot digital cameras.
In ultra-compact class there are two new models, new Cyber-Shoot DSC-T20 and DSC-T100. New DSC-T100 by its features position it self on the top of the Sony’s ultrazoom T class. T100 is the first model in this class that implements new 5x Carl Zeiss zoom lens, 3” diagonal LCD screen and 8Mpix optical sensor. The most visible differences tween these two models is that T-20 is using 3x zoom lens and have smaller screen comparing to it’s older brother. Both cameras have support for HDTV standard and face detection technology.
In ultra-zoom class, Sony delight us all with successors of quite popular H2 and H5 digital cameras. New H7 as H9 is using same optical sensor with 8.1Mpix, have HDTV support and have great 15x Carl Zeiss zoom optical stabilized lens. Only difference tween them is that H9 is equipped with Sony’s night shot technology, so Sony state that it can take photos in complete dark and in the size of the LCD. H9 LCD screen diagonal is 3”, while H7 have “only” 2.5”. The face recognition technology is implemented in these two cameras too.
In most popular – best selling compact class, Sony have three new models with are even lighter and slimmer than predecessors but packed up with features. On the top of the class now is DSC-W200 with 12Mpix optical sensor. While W90 and W80 are using 8.1Mpix and 7.1Mpix optical sensors. All cameras have 3x zoom Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lenses and Sony’s SuperSteady Shot optical stabilization and implemented support for HDTV.