Sony's CES camera lineup leaked, possible 3D 5.1MP Bloggie upgrade

The folks over at Photo Rumors report the full list of Sony cameras has been leaked before, Sony's press conference at CES. Among the cameras leaked, the list shows several new Bloggie cameras including the FS1, which sports 5.1 megapixels and 4GB of internal memory allowing for up to 2 hours of recorded HD Video. Another Bloggie camera was shown in the list, that's capable of recording 3D video dubbed the 3D MHS-FS3.

The remaining cameras in the leak show the Cybershot line will be revamped with 11 new models.

Neowin will be reporting CES live all week, including the Sony press conference Wednesday. Stay tuned to see if this list holds up at Sony’s big event.

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the current 3D also give me a headache and I am not buying anything 3d for at least two to three years when 3D TV is mainstream. ie more than one channel on TV(SKY 3D)

The Bloggie MHS-FS1 isn't much of an improvement...heck the MHS-TS20/TS10 would be a better option. The Bloggie Duo MHS-FS2 sounds interesting though. One thing I hate about these pocket shoot and share camcorders was the lack of any sort of flash when taking pictures. The MHS-TS20 takes horrible photos in anything but ideal conditions. I'm not sure about shooting in 3D with any of them.

jasonon said,
3d gives me headaches!

Indeed! Well atleast the current 3D technology does anyway. Hopefully things will improve.

Kerm said,
Urgh, 3D.

Yeah, specially 3D with 5MP if they're same modules as used in phone... blurry low framerate 3D probably look rather horrid

Digitalx said,

Yeah, specially 3D with 5MP if they're same modules as used in phone... blurry low framerate 3D probably look rather horrid

ummm 5 mpx is more than enough to make a clear picture. however you're confusing this with a cell phone with a pin hole sized plastic lens wich could create clear pictures no matter how many megapixels you throw at it.