Sony has tossed out a bunch of new digital cameras at CES today with several offerings running the gamut of features at different price points. The new models slot into the W, H, and T series of cyber-shot digital cameras and are aimed at folks looking for affordable digital cameras. The new W-series line has Sweep Panorama modes and SteadyShot image stabilization. The cams also have iAuto mode to optimize settings, feature Face Detection, and smile shutter. The W-series line range includes units priced from $110 to $180.
The next new line is the T-series with the DSC-T110 camera that has a 16.1MP image sensor and a 3-inch touchscreen LCD on the back. The camera has Sweep Panorama mode and can record movies in 720p resolution. The camera will sell for about $230. Sony has also unveiled the new 10x optical zoom DSC-H70 digital camera with a 16.1MP image sensor, 720p HD movie mode, optical SteadyShot, and a 25mm wide-angle lens. It will sell for about $230.
The Sony DSC-W510 is part of the W-series I mentioned before has a 26mm lens, Sweep panorama, SteadyShot, and a 12.1MP image sensor. The screen on the rear of the camera is 2.7-inches. It will sell in February for $110 in silver, black, pink, and red.