Hot on the heels of the recently introduced Nikon s60 Digital Camera, SONY have just announced their two new digital camera offerings, the SONY DSC-T700 and SONY DSC-T77 Cyber-Shot digital cameras.
This pair of point-and-shoot digicams both come equipped with Carl Zeiss lenses (he gets everywhere!) and 10 megapixel sensors.
The SONY DSC-T77 is SONY’s slimmest Cyber-Shot digital camera model to date, sliding under the door gaps at a shade under 5/8 of an inch. It also comes with a generous 3-inch touch-screen and has a range of features including up to 3,200 ISO and in-camera image management.
Its companion model, the SONY Cyber-Shot DSC-T700, has all of the above plus an addition 4GB of built in storage and a 3.5-inch touch screen (we all know at GadgetHeat that all those half inches add up ^^).
The campaign tag-line of having a ‘photo album in your pocket’ may be a tad cheesy but the Cyber-Shot T700 does come with a Picture Motion Browser application allowing you to “downsize images from full-resolution to VGA and export them back to the camera’s internal photo album.”
Look for the SONY DSC-T700 Cyber-Shot to sting you for $400 when released in September and the SONY DSC-T77 digital camera to be in your pocket for about $300 when released around the same time.
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