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.
According to LG, the future of HD video, mobile phone cameras, and the point-and-shoot varietals couldn’t be more, well, the same. At a round table event in London this past week, the company hyped up convergence between the industries, and used its camera-happy KC-910 to show why there is no reason why mobiles should not overtake or absorb digital cameras in the near future. When one looks at what the KC-910 (aka Renoir) will bring to the cell phone market, it’s hard not to agree. As we’ve detailed here before, this “phone” comes equipped with an 8-megapixel cam with a Schneider-Kreuznach lens and xenon flash. ISO is rated up to 1600, and it also does VGA video at 30fps as well as high-speed 120fps filming (at QVGA resolution).