Sony Introduces Six New Cyber-shot Cameras
PARK RIDGE, N.J., Feb. 24, 2003 - Sony's range of six new Cyber-shot digital still cameras, announced here today, is a reflection of the consumer boom in digital photography. Three models in Sony's 2003 line of P-series point-and-shoot cameras (DSC-P32, DSC-P52 and DSC-P72) offer 3.2 megapixels of resolution. A fourth camera, the DSC-P92 model enhances the point-and-shoot family by offering 5.0 megapixels.
These four cameras will be available in April. The DSC-P32 will sell for about , the DSC-P52 for about , the DSC-P72 for about , and the DSC-P92 for about .
Cyber-shot Compact P Series
For pocketable options, the ultra-compact Cyber-shot DSC-P8 and DSC-P10 cameras are smaller point-and-shoot models with metal construction and an InfoLithium® battery system. These two new models feature a Tracking Auto-Focus System to maintain continuous focus lock on moving subjects, a live histogram, and adjustable color saturation and contrast. Both models have 3X optical zoom and MPEG VX movie mode with audio recording.
Both new compact P-series models will be available in April, with the DSC-P8 expected to sell for about , and the DSC-P10 expected to cost about .
Read the full Sony Cyber-shot press release.