Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-T500 for high-definition movie recording
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T500 camera features wide and full-screen 720p movie recording at 30 frames per second in fine, standard and VGA recording modes. This resolution is three times higher than standard-definition movies. Movie capture on this model is further enhanced to include zoom while in recording mode and high-sensitivity shooting for natural- or low-light environments.The Sony T500 camera integrates a wide 3.5-inch, transflective, touch panel LCD screen for easy navigation, framing and viewing in strong light conditions. It has a Carl Zeiss 5x optical zoom lens with a wide field of view (33 – 165 mm, 35 mm equivalency). It incorporates Optical SteadyShot image stabilization and high sensitivity settings up to ISO3200 helps combat blur and facilitate flash-free shooting for natural-exposed photos. The model also incorporates face detection technology, an intelligent function that automatically detects up to eight faces in the camera frame and adjusts focus, exposure and flash.
This 10-megapixel camera can continuously record a video clip up to 10 minutes in length. It can hold hours of clips by expanding the camera’s capacity with a Memory Stick media card (up to 16 GB).It also features a dual photo and video capture mode. Simply press the photo button while in movie mode and capture up to three photos with no recording interruption. The T500 camera connects to a compatible HD television via an HDMI cable .Photos and videos can be enjoyed as slide shows in high definition for a cinematic experience.The Sony DSC-T500 is supplied with Picture Motion Browser software for easy organizing and viewing of images. Sleek and compact, it will ship in elegant black with a brushed metal finish in late September for about $400.