Sony Upgrades Digital Camera Offerings

Sony has decided to upgrade several of its digital still cameras with more of those juicy megapixels (higher resolution image sensors). The DSC-W55 ($200) and W35 ($180) will replace the current W50 ($200) and W30 ($200) models. The main difference is a 7.2-megapixel image sensor as opposed to the existing 6-megapixel one. The DSC-S650 ($150) and S-700 ($180) will both provide a 7.0-megapixel image sensor, an upgrade of 1-megapixel over the 6-megapixel S600 model. Other major features remain unchanged: all four cameras still have a 3X optical zoom lens, blur-reduction setting, a fragment of internal memory and Memory Stick Duo slots. Sony will begin accepting pre-orders online from January 23, 2007 while in-store availability will come in February and March 2007.

News source: InfoWorld

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does their picture quality still suck at high ISO levels? Their cameras have always been good but I absoutly hate them in some circumstances... like low light pictures you use to get a lot of grain in the image and random noise... then in high ISO modes you would get a smiliar problem...

I love their cameras for personal use.... but the price for the memory stick is just way to much compared to your SD cards...