Sony has added two new members to its HD Handycam line-up with the introduction of HDR-CX500V and HDR-CX520V. Both of these cameras are equipped with a 12-megapixel image sensor, a new backlit CMOS sensor, a built-in GPS (to geotag photos and videos), a three-way image stabilization that catches unusual movements, a touch-based face detection system and a six-blade aperture. Either camera is capable of capturing digital still images at high resolution as well as 1080i widescreen video in AVCHD (H.2640) format. The main difference is that the CX500V only comes with a 32GB of storage, meanwhile, the CX520V offers a bigger storage capacity of 64GB. The CX500V and CX520V will be available in September for $1,100 and $1,300, respectively.