Newegg is selling the Sony Cyber-shot W810 digital camera for $113.99, which is over $20 less than it’s listed for at Amazon. The Cyber-shot W810 sports a 10.1 megapixel sensor, 3x optical zoom, 2.7-inch LCD display, along with smile shutter and face detection. The specific model on sale here is the red one. Take a look at the Sony Cyber-shot W810 on Newegg to get the savings. Be sure to use promo code “CAM1X2X16”.
As always, you can find all sorts of Newegg promo codes and deals on our forums.
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Sony has recently added to their CyberShot collection with the DSC-WX1 and the DSC-TX1. Both of them are 10.2 point-and-shoot cameras that have facial detection, smile shutter, anti-motion blur plus multi-shot modes, wide panorama capability, plus 10 frames per second shooting.
As for the differences, the WX1 (left in photo) has a 2.7 inch LCD, a Sony G lens, 5x optical zoom with f/2.5 maximum aperture, 720p HD movie recording, and an “Exmore R” illuminated CMOS sensor for better low-light handling. As for the TX1, it has a 3-inch LCD and a Carl Zeiss Tesar lens with 4x telescopic zoom.
The Sony Cybershot DSC-WX1 will be released in October for a price of $350, in black. The DSC-TX1 will be available in September for $380 in silver gray, pink, and blue. Full release, after the break.
Sony Ericsson new CyberShot slider phone was oddly enough code-named Frances. (We wonder if this will start a trend.) The C903 has 2.4-inch TFT screen with 320x240p resolution, A-GPS, an 8 megapixel camera with autofocus and active lens cover. Included are capabilities in other CyberShot phones such as PhotoFix, Face Detection and Smile Shutter. Available in a choice of 2 colors, Frances should make its debut at the end of Q2.
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If you want to pick up a camera for your loved one that is as much a fashion statement as it is a photography device, you’ve gotta consider the fashionista-friendly Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-T700. It’s not all about the looks, though, because this camera packs in a bunch of features. Like what? How about anti-blink and Smile Shutter technology? It also features a 3.5-inch ultra-high resolution touchscreen display, shoots at up to 10.1 megapixels, and includes 4GB of internal memory. It also includes the Picture Motion Browser software package, but seriously, who’s gonna use that? The Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-T700 retails for $399.99, but on Amazon we were able to find substantial discounts, depending on which color you were interested in:
- Grey DSC-T700 for $339.99
- Pink DSC-T700 for $366.47
- Silver DSC-T700 for $375.64
- Red DSC-T700 for $375.64
There’s also a gold version, but we didn’t include that one since there was no discount available on it. Definitely a good gift for the woman in your life.
Sony is yet again going through another recall. It seems that the casing on some of its DCS-T5 Cybershot digital cameras might peel and/or warp creating a sharp edge. The company has offered to replace it at no charge, including shipping, for the recall of approximately 416,000 cams sold in Japan, the U.S., Europe, and China. Check the bottom of the camera if you think yours might be suspect and look for serial numbers between 3500001 and 3574100.
Sony first noticed the defect one month after its Sept. 2005 release, when 30 Japanese consumers reported small cuts and scratches. Our only question to Sony is why it took the company so long to get to a total recall of the defective parts?
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