Sony’s on a roll with yet another digital camera that will be released on the market this September – the Cybershot DSC-T700. This svelte digital camera measures just 16.4mm slim (15.2mm at its thinnest point if you’re a stickler for details), and amazingly enough it comes with a whopping 4GB of internal memory for you to store an average of 40,000 images (the final amount depends on image quality, of course), making it your very own portable photo album that can be viewed anytime, anywhere.
The T700 is smarter than your average photo album. All your pictures are stored in handy folders, so it’s easy to manage your memories and track down that special shot in moments. If you’re on holiday or taking a business trip, the camera will recognize when shots were taken, indexing them automatically for easy reference. Album mode organizes your pictures into folders containing babies, children or adults – or even smiling faces. It’s also brilliantly easy to select shots and upload them to your photo blog or favorite image sharing website. PC sync allows easy synchronizing between the Cyber-shot and a PC. With a single click, Easy Exporter in Picture Motion Browser transfers full-sized images to the computer for storage and transfers smaller, resized copies of the images back to the Cyber-shot to allow mobile viewing enjoyment of thousands of photos. The original full-sized data remains stored on the PC. Like the T77, the Cyber-shot T700 features enhanced Smile Shutter, improved Face Detection, anti-blink technology and refined Intelligent Scene Recognition.
Below are some of the features and specifications found on the slim Sony Cybershot DSC-T700.
- Choice of five fashion colors
- 10.1 effective megapixels
- 4GB internal memory, stores up to 40,000 photos
- Powerful album functions to store, organise and share your photos
- Smile Shutter
- Face Detection and Anti-blink technology
- Extra-large 3.5″ touchscreen LCD display
- Easy web upload for sharing images on social networking sites
If you hate buttons, then this digital camera is just for you since the whole back portion consists of nothing but a touch screen display. Better get that screen protector and handkerchief ready, if you want one!