January 7, 2010
Posted in news

Sony announces new “Bloggie” videocamera


The MHS-CM5 and MHS-PM5 both shoot 1080p MPEG-4 video and shoot 5 megapixel stills. The CM5 has a pistol grip look and 2.5-inch flip out LCD. The PM5 has a 270 degree swivel lens and a 2.4-inch LCD in back. Both caeras do have Face Detection, exposure correction, and SteadyShot shake reduction andno built-in storage or included SD storage.

All cameras are available for preorder at amazon.com!

source: engadget

January 6, 2010
Posted in news

Sony unveils twelve Cyber-shot compact cameras. Yes twelve!


CES, Las Vegas – 7th January 2010: Incredible picture quality and great fun to use:
This season’s slim, colourful new Cyber-shot cameras

Read the rest of this entry →

January 6, 2010
Posted in news

New Sony SD cards announced


Press release SONY

Sony Electronics is expanding its industry leading line of consumer media with the addition of five new SD/SDHC memory cards for digital imaging products, and three newmicroSD/microSDHC*memory cards for mobile phones.

The new SD/SDHC and*microSD/microSDHC*memory cards, which – except for the*microSD*2GB card – are all class-4-speed for high-definition recording, include unique benefits for consumers. Easy-to-use animated picture sharing software (x-Pict™ Story) is available via free download and allows consumers to create animated slide shows of their pictures set to the music of their choice. File Rescue software is also free via download, and helps consumers recover accidentally deleted files.

“The new cards will complement Sony’s existing Memory Stick® line, satisfying the needs of a broader range of users, and strengthening Sony’s position as a full line media supplier,” said Shane*Higby, director of the consumer media business at Sony Electronics.

Sony will continue offering a full range of Memory Stick media for consumer and professional products, to support and enhance features such as stable recording or high-definition video, high-speed burst shooting and high-speed data transfer. Memory Stick is the recommended media for Sony products, offering a range of unique benefits. For example, the high-speed “HX” Series’ capabilities are optimized when using the burst shooting mode in Sony’s*α (alpha) DSLR cameras, as well as high-speed archiving of high definition movies shot with*Handycam®*camcorders and Cyber-shot®*cameras.

The full line of SD/SDHC and*microSD/microSDHC*memory cards, which will ship in packaging that is easy to separate and recycle, will be available this month, at the following suggested list prices:

SF-2N1 2GB SD Class 4 $14.99

SF-4N4 4GB SDHC Class 4 $29.99

SF-8N4 8GB SDHC Class 4 $44.99

SF-16N4 16GB SDHC Class 4 $79.99

SF-32N4 32GB SDHC Class 4 $159.99

SR-2A1 2GB*microSD*with adapter 14.99

SR-4A4 4GB*microSDHC*Class 4*with adapter $29.99

SR-8A4 8GB micro SDHC Class 4*with adapter $44.99

January 5, 2010
Posted in rumors

(SR5) Tomorrow Sony will unveil new compact cameras


For tomorrow expect the release of the DSC-TX7, DSC-W320, DSC-W330, DSC-W350, DSC-W360, DSC-W380, DSC-W390 and the higly interesting DSC-HX5V!

And rumors about a A950 are floating around the web…Let’s see!

The Sony press conference is scheduled for January 6th from 4:15-5:15pm PST and you can watch it live at t @ ustream.tv.

January 5, 2010
Posted in rumors

(SR5) Redcoon Spain list the Sony DSC-TX7 for 314 Euro!


We already told you that we know Sony will announces the new DSC-TX7. Now we have a very reliable proof for it!

Just click here:
The Sony DSC-TX7 is in Recoon Spain! It costs 324 Euro!

And here the specs:
– 10 MP
– Lens Carl Zeiss 4x
– It starts with 25mm
– It records 1080p AVCHD
– LCD 3,5” Touchscreen TRU BLACK, 21% better contrast
– 10 fps

Thanks Creeko for finding the leak! Well done ;)


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