Sony's Updated Cybershot T-Series: Meet the T700 and T77
Perhaps the most notable update on these new Cybershots is the look. Sony has managed to be more sleek and more hip than anyone else on the market right now when it comes to pocket-sized digital cameras. Both cameras feature 10.1-megapixels, Carl Zeiss lenses, a 4x optical zoom and an incredibly thin dimension--only 5/8 of an inch! Here are the differentiating features:
Sony Cybershot T77 ($299)
The 3-inch widescreen touch panel LCD, 11 scene modes and high sensitivity shooting (up to ISO 3200) are among the best-in-class features that make Cybershot a shoo-in.
Sony Cybershot T700 ($399)
In addition to the features you find in the T77, you get 4GB of internal memory and a 3.5-inch widescreen touch panel LCD with an upgraded display meant for photo-album-in-your-pocket viewing.
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Posted by Susan Moriarty at September 25, 2008 10:40 AM