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Get the best shot with easy-to-use new Cyber-shot™ cameras by Sony

Innovation, style and advanced technology come together at a compelling price with the newest Cyber-shot™ digital still cameras from Sony.
Light, compact and easy to use, the Cyber-shot™ W510, W530, W570 feature Sweep Panorama, plus Intelligent Auto mode that automatically adjusts settings for great results in any shooting situation. Simple operation of all cameras is enhanced by an improved In-Camera Guide for helpful on-screen advice without the need to leaf through paper instruction manuals.
The acclaimed Cyber-shot™ T-series combines powerful imaging features with ultra-slim, desirable looks. Boasting a large 7.5cm (3-inch) LCD touch screen, the Cyber-shot™ T110 features a 16.1-megapixel CCD sensor, Sweep Panorama and 720p HD movie capture.
Sony also introduces the compact high-zoom Cyber-shot™ H70 that offers a 16.1-megapixel CCD sensor. A 25mm wide angle lens with powerful 10x optical zoom is complemented by Sweep Panorama feature, 720p HD movie recording and Optical SteadyShot.
Also sporting a 16.1-megapixel CCD sensor, the compact, colourful Cyber-shot™ J10 features a generous 4GB memory to store all your shots, plus a handy USB arm that stows neatly inside the camera. Connect to any PC and on-board PMB Portable software launches for quick uploads to image sharing sites and social networks. The J10 also features Sweep Panorama and Intelligent Auto.
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Featured on all new models, Sweep Panorama™ makes it beautifully easy to capture extra-wide scenes, from landscapes and tall buildings to large groups of people. Just press the shutter button and sweep the camera: Cyber-shot™ automatically stitches together a seamless burst of images to create one stunning panoramic photo.
All new Cyber-shot™ models are compatible with the latest range of premium-quality SDHC cards by Sony. The perfect partner for your Cyber-shot™, they’re also a great match for SD/SDHC-compatible cameras, camcorders and devices from other manufacturers. The affordable Essential Series and value-added Experience Series are joined by the flagship Expert Series (Class 10) for photo users who demand class-leading capacity and transfer speeds.

J10

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J10

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H70 Back

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H70

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T110

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W570

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Contact
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