Cameras

Sony Adds New Small Sleek Models To T Series

Sony has added three new modes to their T series, all of which up the megapixel count while keeping their sleek profiles.

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here), shooting 16 megapixel images with a CMOS image sensor and a 4x zoom lens with a 25mm wide angle setting. The camera shows image previews and captured photos on a 3-inch LCD screen. The camera is also waterproof down to 10 feet and shockproof for drops of up to 5 feet, and includes a sliding panel that protects the lens when not in use. The new cameras also adds 1080i high definition movie capture, and can shoot up to 10 frames a second for a short burst. A HDMI port is also built in, and the camera can capture 3D sweep panoramas and still images that can be viewed on a 3D HDTV.

The TX100V and TX10 share a number of common features: they both offer 1080i video capture and optical image stabilization, as well as the new dual record feature, which means that both the still and movie shutter buttons can be used in any mode. Because both use CMOS sensors, they can also shoot 10 frames a second at full resolution

The T110 ($219.99), TX100V ($379.99) and the TX10 ($329.99) will be available in March.