The two most advanced models among Sony’s novelties are the Cyber-shot H7 and H9. These are cameras with an effective resolution of 8.1 megapixels, BIONZ image processor, 15x optical zoom, 30x digital zoom, face detection technology (recognizes and tracks up to eight faces in any scene) and High video output. Definition with 1080 lines (Full HD 1080) for connection to LCD TV.
The H7 model has a 2.5-inch (6.2 cm) Color LCD screen, electronic viewfinder and autonomy for up to 260 shots. For its part, the H9 model has a 3-inch (7.5 cm) tiltable LCD screen and electronic viewfinder, autonomy for up to 250 images and includes the NightShot function to take photos in complete darkness using infrared technology.
The two Cyber-shot models H7 and H9 will be available from April at a suggested retail price of 450 EUR for the H7 and 500 EUR for the H9.
The other two models featured are the Cyber-shot W80 and W90. These are two cameras that, like the previous ones, have High Definition video output with 1080 lines (Full HD 1080) to connect them to the LCD TV and face detection technology.
Both have a Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens with 3x optical zoom, 2.5-inch LCD screen, optical viewfinder, image stabilizer and sensitivity of up to 3200 ISO. Their main difference lies in the resolution they are capable of offering: the W80 model has 7.2 megapixels of resolution (280 EUR, VAT included), while the w90 is an 8.1 megapixel model (330 EUR, VAT included) .
The W80 camera will be available from April and the W90 from the beginning of March.