Sony today announced to expand its Cyber-shot T-Series with two new cameras namely DSC-T77 and DSC-T700 in Japan. The company claims that its latest DSC-T77 is the slimmest camera in the world, being 13.9mm thin.
Apart from that, the T77 features a10 MP sensor, 11 scene modes, face detection technology, in-camera image management, and 3-inch touchscreen. The camera measures 93.6 × 57.2 × 13.9mm and will be available in variety of colors including black, silver, green, pink, and brown. It also incorporates Sony’s Smile Shutter technology, 15MB internal memory, and HD AV output.
On the other hand, the DSC-T700 sports larger display screen of 3.5 inch. The biggest plus point of this camera is its large 4GB built-in memory. In addition, the DSC-T700 camera also comes bundled with Picture Motion Browser software that allows users to downsize the full resolution images to VGA and export them back to the camera thus making it easy for users to upload their photos and videos on social networking sites.
Besides both the cameras feature Carl Zeiss lens, 4x optical zoom, image stabilization and even an anti-blink function.
The Sony DSC-T77 is expected to be retail in the Japanese market for the price of 38,000 yen while the Sony DSC-T700 will be available for 45,000 yen.