Sony just updated its T-series of Cybershot digital cameras with the DSC-T700 and DSC-T77 models. Both have a 10.1-megapixels CCD, with Carl Zeiss Barrio Tessa optics, including a 4x optical zoom, the "smile shutter" and Bionz image processing engine. The T77, an update on the earlier T70, is apparently the "worlds thinnest touchscreen point-and-shoot camera" at just 0.55-inches deep, has a 3-inch touchscreen, 15MB of internal memory and shoots up to ISO3200. Its bigger brother, the T700, has 4GB of built-in storage and a 3.5-inch touchscreen that has close to a million display pixels. Both will be available at the end of September, in a variety of colors: the T77 will cost you around $300, the T700 nearly $400. Press release below.
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