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Sony Party-shot snaps photos when you can’t

Posted by Mark Rollins Categories: Accessories, Cameras, Peripherals,

Sony Party-shot

As if the announcement of the CyberShot DSC-WX1 and DSC-TX1 wasn’t enough for Sony today, they went and announced an interesting accessory for both aforementioned models with the Sony Party-shot.  The Party-shot is a dock for only those two models of digital cameras, and is designed to pan 360 degrees, and can tilt at up to a 24-degree angle for all sorts of random shots at your next par-tay.  It features face detection, and can adjust composition on those embarrassing, and possibly incriminating, photos on the fly.  It can run for up to 11 hours, and is powered by 2 AA batteries.  The Party-shot will be available in September for a price of $150. 

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Sony TG5V Handycam Camcorder

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Cameras, GPS,

TG5V HandycamSony has unveiled its Handycam TG5V, an upgrade from their TG1. The new camcorder is smaller at 30 x 117 x 62mm, lighter (230g,) and has 16GB memory with about 6 hours of recording. It also has a 30mm wide angle lens, BIONZ and Exemor image processor, GPS, and a new coating to help keep it scratch-free. The TG5V will become available April 20 in Japan. No details on importing or price has yet to be released.

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