Los Vegas, 8th Jan. 2009 – Sony introduced the new Cyber-Shot digital camera DSC-G3. It is a 10 Megapixel Camera and is quite slim in size. The best part of this camera is that, it has a built-in Wi-Fi® and has a web browser. This makes Sony to introduce the world’s first digital camera with a Wi-Fi and Web Browser in it. You can take your photos – post it directly from your camera onto websites. The Sony default home page of this web browser has the direct links to Google Picasa for uploading your photos, YouTube and DailyMotion links for uploading your Videos. The price of this camera will be $500.
There is a WLAN button on the side of the camera. By pressing this button the web browser is launched and you can play arround with it then. This new Cybershot has the DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance), which enables your camera to connect to other devices such as Sony BRAVIA TV and Sony VAIO PCs.
- 10 Megapixel Camera
- 4x Digital Zoom
- 3/4 of an Inch thin
- Carl Zeiss® Vario-Tessar lens
- 4GB Internal Memory (store upto 1,000 full resolution images)
- Memory Stick slot
- 3.5″ Extra Fin LCD Screen (resolution of 921,600 dots)
- Intelligent Scene Recognition™ (Auto detection of backlight, backlight portrait, twilight, twilight portrait, twilight using a tripod, portrait, landscape and macro)
- Auto Focus (AF)
- Auto Exposure (AE)
- Smile Shutter™ – It can identify children or adult face automatically to give better exposure.
- Dynamic Range Optimizer (DRO)
Courtesy: Dpreview dot com