Sony has today introduced the new additions of its Cyber-shot camera lineup – the Cyber-shot T Series, the Cyber-shot H Series and the Cyber-shot W Series line of cameras, all boasting full HD video recording and a reasonable price tag.
The H Series (pictured above with the HX9V) features a built-in GPS and Compass function, allowing all photos be geotagged with locations so you do not need to remember where they were taken. As well, the camera will be also be able to take panoramas easily with the new Sweep Panorama feature, and can be viewed on a 3-inch LCD screen on the camera.
The HX9V and HX100V, in particular boasts a 16.2 megapixel lens with 3D still image capabilities. Lenses for both will differ as the HX100V will have a Carl Zeiss Lens, while the HX9V will have a G Lens. Both will cost $599 and $699 respectively.
The T Series, already out since March, features the TX10, TX100V and T110. The T110 will have a 16.1 megapixel camera with 4x optical zoom and 720p HD video recording. The TX100 and TX10 will feature a 16.2 megapixel camera with full HD video recording and 4x optical zoom. The TX10, however, will be one of the most durable cameras from Sony – waterproof to five metres, shock proof from 1.5m, dust proof and freeze proof to -10C. All three will feature the Sweep Panorama feature.
The TX10, the TX100V and T110 will be priced at $599, $699 and $299 respectively.
Finally, the W Series. The cameras, the WX7 and WX10, have been designed to be stylish, compact and packed with features without the big pricetag. Both cameras will be able to record in full HD, and have the Sweep Panorama mode. Other key features include a 16.2 megapixel camera and will let you charge the batteries via USB, so your batteries can be recharging while transferring your photos and movies.
The WX7 also features a 5x optical zoom and will be priced at $329. The WX10, however, has a 7x optical zoom and will be priced at $399.