Sony Ericsson has announced the Cybershot K850 camera phone that features an excellent 5MP camera with autofocus that includes a xenon flash, shutter button, and the ability to record QVGA video at 30fps. The handset also provides the Photo Fix system that allows you to fix your pictures on-the-go. In addition, the K850 also supports quad-band GSM/EDGE/HSDPA, and offers MP3 playback, 40MB of memory, and the option to upgrade the memory through the help of M2 or microSD cards.
CameraLabs has reviewed the Sony Cyber-shot H9. The camera offers 8.1MP resolution, a powerful Carl Zeiss 15x optical zoom lens, Advanced Sports Mode with high shutter speed (1/4000 seconds), NightShot system, and a large 3.0-inch Clear Photo LCD. Here is the conclusion.
There’s no doubt the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H9 is a very impressive camera, but like the other super-zooms we’ve compared it against, you’ll need to carefully weigh-up the pros and cons. If you’re after a super-zoom with the biggest, most flexible screen and fastest focusing, then the Sony’s for you. Flipping the screen out to shoot at unusual angles, grabbing fast action, then enjoying it on the big screen afterwards is certainly very seductive. It’s also nice that Sony’s included an infra red remote control and lens hood – albeit a hefty one – as standard accessories.
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Sony’s new Cybershot, the DSC-S800 provides both great looks and superior imaging performance. The digital camera is equipped with powerful 6x zoom lens, a 8.1MP resolution 1/1.8 inch Super HAD CCD, a 2.5 inch TFT LCD display with 230k color resolution, and a high sensitivity mode of ISO 1250. The DSC-S800 is also offers 12x digital zoom and a macro mode. Pricing details are still in a mystery. Hit the jump to read the list of specs.
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Sony launched the HDW-790 HDCAM, a new and superior HD Camcorder, which is geared toward professionals. It comes equipped with some features include a 12-bit A/D converter, HD-SDI output, and AES/EBU input, a turbo gain function, slow shutter function, and Loop record function. Its price tag is at around $54,000.
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The 6MP Cyber-shot DSC-G1 digital camera is Sony’s first digital camera with the ability to send photos wirelessly to other Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA)-enabled PC or digicam. The G1 packs with a 3.5-inch LCD screen with resolution of 921,000 pixels, a Carl Zeiss 3x optical zoom lens, 2GB of internal memory which can store up to 7,500 VGA-quality photos or 600 6MP pictures. The camera’s storage capacity can be expanded with an optional Memory Stick Duo media card or Memory Stick PRO Duo card. It also integrates built-in technologies to minimize image blur, including Super Steady Shot optical image stabilization and has high light sensitivity up to ISO 1000. Measuring 93.3mm x 71.7mm x 25.3mm and weighing 204grams, the Cyber-shot DSC-G1 camera will be available in April 2007 for around $600.
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The Sony CyberShot DSC-W80 is a 7.2MP digital camera with a 3x zoom, “BIONZ”, ISO3200, Face Detection feature, Video Out with HD support, and a 2.5 inch screen. Pricing and availability have not been announced yet. Hit the break to see more pics!