Sony just announced their new D-SLR, The Alpha DSLR camera. It appears to be largely based on designs from Konica Minolta. It supports all lenses that work with Konica Minolta’s earlier DSLRs. The name alpha means “the new beginning” or “essential” . It was picked up by Sony because of what it implies. Sony promises that the DSLR will live up to its name. According to Toru Katsumoto, Senior General Manager of AMC Division – Digital Imaging Business Group of Sony Corporation, Sony will launch alpha DSLR this summer. For more info and updates, you can visit LetsGoDigital.
Have you ever wanted a camera that has high quality with a nice megapixel rate? Well Sony will be releasing its DSC-H5 7.2 Megapixel camera this May. Featuring 12x zoom and a 3.0″ LCD preview screen. No word on pricing yet. Via Mobile Whack.
Sony just announced a new 7.2 ultra-compact digital camera that sports a 7.2 MP CCD, a 3 inch display and 58 MB built in memory, along with capability for the Sony memory sticks. The camera will be released before June and will be priced around $500. Info via DC Review.
Sony’s very slick Ericsson W700 phone will be at the top of line. Featuring a 1.8-inch LCD screen, a 2.0 megapixel camera with flash, a Memory Stick Pro Duo card slot which includes a 256MB stick and also supports Bluetooth with headset capability. The Sony Ericsson W700 will really set the standards higher for phones to come. Sony will be releasing this phone during the second quarter of 2006. Via TechEBlog.
Being released in May, Sony’s 30GB Handycam is the latest cameras from the very impressive company. This camera will come with all the bells and whistles. With 20 hours of LP video and 7 hours of high-quality mode. The 3.3 megapixel HAD CCD makes it recording even easier. Camera can be bought here. Via Gadget Madness.