Forget about shooting the old flat and ugly 2D images using your existing Sony Cybershot cameras. Sony has just added its new Cybershot camera called the DSC-HX7V which is capable of shooting still images in 3D. And it offers GPS, geolocation and built-in compass that let you geotag your photos and be aware of your directions while you’re trapped in any of your adventurous trips.
The Sony Cybershot DSC-HX7V camera sports a 16.2 megapixel sensor, a Sony G lens wit 10 x optical zoom, full HD video recording at 50i in 1080 AVCHD format and the mentioned 3D still image and 3D Sweep Panorama. Features at a glance of the camera are as follows:
– Sony G lens with 10 x optical zoom
– built-in GPS and compass
– Full HD video capture at 50i in 1080 AVCHD
– ‘Dual Rec’ mode – allows simultaneous capture of still images while shooting video without interruption
– Exmor R CMOS sensor – claimed to be good in low light conditions
– SDHC card slot
– 3D Still Image mode
– 3D Sweep Panorama:
high-speed burst of frames is stitched together to automatically create 3D panoramas.
– Sweep Multi Angle:
lets you view images moving in simulated 3D on the camera screen simply by tilting the camera back and forth. This shooting feature captures 15 images at different angles, compiling them to create a 3D-like effect on the display
The Sony Cybershot DSC-HX7V camera will be available in a number of colors including pink (as proved by the above picture) and out sometime in March 2011.
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