Sony Cyber-shot DSC-G1: Look Mom, No Wires!

Sony today launch their latest Cybershot camera, the DSC-G1. At first glance it seems to be an ordinary point-and-shoot with a handful of extraordinary features: camera-to-camera wireless capability (actually not that groundbreaking, but it's a first for Sony); and a rather spanky search system, which allows you to look for photos with the same face, same color or same compostion. There's also a mahoosive 2GB internal memory and larger-than-normal LCD screen to play with. It'll cost you, though - $600 - and it's on sale from next month. Full specs are after the jump.

3.5-inch LCD screen

921,000-pixel resolution

6.0 effective Megapixels

2GB internal memory - stores up to 7,500 VGA-quality or 600 6-megapixel photos

Auto Image Management System

Super Steady Shot® image stabilization

Light sensitivity up to 1000 ISO

Carl Zeiss® 3x optical zoom/ 6x Precision Digital zoom

Super HAD CCD

MPEG4 movie recording with sound

WiFi technology

DLNA - Digital Living Network Alliance

Album, Slideshow with music

Collaboration shot, Picture gift

User friendly operation with new GUI

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