Items tagged with Cyber-shot

New cameras? Sony's got 'em. The company just launched a new assortment of compact Cyber-Shot point-and-shoot cameras this evening. Three new models include the DSC-TX200V model from the ultra-thin Cyber-shot T series and the DSC-WX70 and DSC-WX50 models from the stylish, traditionally designed W series, each featuring a high-resolution "Exmor R" CMOS sensor and an improved BIONZ image processor that together boost low light performance and enhance auto-focus speeds, among other benefits. The new TX200V camera features a newly developed 18.2 MP "Exmor R" CMOS sensor, the highest-resolution currently offered in the "point and shoot" market, and a new BIONZ processor, which work together to create... Read more...
Have we mentioned before that Sony is firmly on the 3D bandwagon? There's no question that Sony is pushing 3D harder than almost any other single company in the industry right now, and with huge investments in 3D HDTVs, 3D gaming (with the PS3) and 3D glasses, who could blame them? But one thing that has eluded the 3D industry in large part is the ability to create your own 3D content. There just aren't a lot of affordable, easy to find 3D cameras and 3D camcorders. Leave it to Sony to start changing that. Today, Sony has introduced the world's smallest 3D digital still cameras, the DSC-TX9 and DSC-WX5. Unlike dual-lens cameras, both of these devices actually capture 3D images using a single-lens... Read more...
Well, well--what have we here? As the world of point and shoot cameras gets ever more saturated, it's growing tougher and tougher to differentiate between the masses. Sony's newest two, however, are easy to spot from the crowd. The Cyber-shot DSC-TX1 and DSC-WX1 are the company's first two cameras to utilize back-illuminated "Exmor R" CMOS sensor technology, a new approach to optics that supposedly provides "unprecedented advances in low-light performance with approximately twice the sensitivity of cameras with traditional image sensors."For anyone who has used a point and shoot model for any length of time, you'd understand that low-light performance is always a low point. Hardly any P&S... Read more...
These may not be the second-coming of the XPERIA smartphone, but an 8.1MP cellphone isn't anything to scoff at. Sony Ericsson has just produced two new phones for AT&T's network, and the first of the two is the 905a Cyber-shot, which packs a mighty sweet camera, detection, autofocus, xenon flash and GPS tagging, not to mention 3G data support. There's also a 2.4"scratch-resistant mineral glass scree, a Memory Stick Micro (M2) slot, USB port and PictBridge printing support. The second handset is the W518a, a more simplistic device that falls squarely in the company's "Walkman" range. This one also packs a few unique features, namely an easy portal to Facebook and a 'Shake Control' feature... Read more...