Sony has announced the launch of its new Cyber-shot DSC-W300 digital camera, boasting an ultra-high 13.6 megapixel CCD image sensor and an “extra high-speed” burst mode that able to shoot 3 megapixel photos at five frames per second, aiming to enhance your photography experience.
According to the company, the all-new Sony Cyber-shot W300 is expected to be among the industry’s most pocket-able, high- resolution point-and-shoot digital cameras featuring niche performance options.
Key Features Of Sony Cybershot DSC-W300:
- 13.6 effective megapixel CCD image sensor
- 2.7-inch Clear Photo LCD display (230k pixels) + eye-level optical viewfinder
- Carl Zeiss® Vario-Tessar 3x optical zoom lens
- Extra high sensitivity mode – ISO up to 6400
- Extra high-speed burst mode shoots 3MP photos at 5 frames per second
- Super SteadyShot® optical image stabilization
- BIONZ processor; D-Range Optimizer; Smile Shutter and improved face detection technology
- Intelligent scene recognition technology
The newest Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W300 compact digital cameras that come with an ultra-hard titanium coating will hit the market by May 2008 for a suggested retail price of $349.