Sony has unveiled the Cyber-shot T50 digital camera, a 7.2 megapixel camera with 3x optical zoom, double anti-blur technology and a large 3-inch touch-screen display.
Despite the large screen, Sony’s new model is small (95.0mm x 56.5 mm x 23.4mm) and weighs just 130g. It features a high sensitivity of ISO 1000 for better results indoors or in fading light, with Sony Clear RAW NR image processing reducing colour noise that can occur at high sensitivity settings. Add to that Super Steady Shot, which cuts down on the effects of shaking and you get the double anti-blur functionality – the combination of high sensitivity and anti-shake, which should mean clear, blur-free images.
The 3-inch touch-screen features Clear Photo LCD Plus technology for clear image reproduction and an anti-reflection layer. A touch of the screen lets you zoom into a specific area of an image, while the supplied Paint Pen stylus lets you add your own artistic additions. There’s also high-sensitivity movie recording and playback with optical zoom (also controlled via the touch-screen) and a slideshow function with musical accompaniment. The camera has 56MB of storage, but you can boost via Memory Stick Pro.
Supplied with a Lithium Ion battery, which should give up to 400 shots on a single charge, you can pick up the Cyber-shot T50 from October in the Uk, price to be confirmed.