Know about New Sony Digital Cameras that Hit the Web

Recently Sony Digital cameras have hit the Web. Here are some of the new features included with this camera. Read on to know more…

Among the digital cameras, Cybershot G1, comes with 6-megapixel camera with a 3X optical zoom lens and 3-inch LCD monitor. There is a Wi-Fi adapter through which you can send pictures to PCs. Also, 2G-byte internal memory to record MPEG 4 movies. Sony says, on charging the battery, this camera can mange about 270 shots.

Another one is the Cybershot T100 which includes 8.1-megapixel image sensor with 5X optical zoom lens. It consists of Sony’s Bionz processing engine in the heart of the digital SLR camera. Bionz is aimed at providing high-speed, high-quality image processing to provide pictures with less image noise.

Also, it is said that the Cybershot H-series gets two new cameras, the H7 and H9. Both have a distinctive large lens and 8-megapixel quality with 15X optical zoom. Also, it consists of Bionz processor with certain features like anti-shake and Pictbridge printing. The major difference between the two cameras is the size of the LCD monitor, for H7, it’s about 2.5-inches and 3-inches on the H9.

According to the report, there are five more new W-series models coming up. They include the Cybershot W200, with 12.1-megapixel image sensors which are higher than other cameras especially compact cameras.

New image sensor

The world’s first2 back-illuminated 35 mm full-frame CMOS image sensor comes with 42.4 megapixels3. The Sony α7R II offers image resolution and sensitivity up to ISO 102,4004. Also, aims at providing high resolution which is further enhanced by 4K movie recording featuring full pixel readout without pixel binning.

World’s first2 back-illuminated full-frame sensor

As the world’s first2 full-frame image sensor with back-illuminated structure, this offers 42.4-megapixel CMOS sensor which enhances light collection efficiency, and also expands circuitry scale, with the help of a quick-transmission copper wiring layer and outputs data about 3.5 times faster5.

Facilitates faster, smarter and true processing

The BIONZ X image processing engine efficiently tunes the new image sensor’s vast 42.4-megapixel data for clearer, true, more natural, low-noise image depiction.

Higher Resolution –To provide clearer, more vibrant images

Comes with an outstanding 42.4-megapixel count, with this new image sensor in the α7R II, you can explore the world in remarkable detail and there is no optical low-pass filter to compromise high resolution. Offers new features to reduce image blur, minimizes vibration shutter and Silent Shooting mode to eliminates camera shake caused due to the shutter movement.