Sony has unveiled its latest addition to T-series of Cybershot range DSC-T700 and DSC-T77 models. DSC-T77 camera looks pretty sleek and rightly so because it is the slimmest camera ever made by Sony.
Sony DSC-T77 has 3 inch touchscreen and has thickness of mere 0.55 inches. It features a Carl Zeiss camera lens which is 10.1 megapixels.
The inbuilt memory storage is 15 MB and it sports many features like intelligent scene recognition technology, Smile Shutterâ„¢ and face detection technologies, eleven scene modes, and in-camera image management.
DSC-T700Â on the other hand is rather a little thicker but has a bigger touchscreen of 3.5 inches. T700 has almost the same specs as T77 except the in built memory storage which is 4 GB.
Sony could have done away with more storage on T77 but you can use M2 data cards to extend memory. Another camera, T700 is the same as T77 in terms of features except externally it is fat, 3.5-inch LCD and 4GB internal memory. Both the cameras have the option to expand memory with M2 cards.
The price of DSC-T77 is $300 and its big brother DSC-T700 costs $100 more.
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