Five new Sony Cyber-shot cameras announced at CES can shoot and capture 3D photos similar to taking a normal photo--just point the camera at a subject and hit the shutter button, and the camera will snap two photos to combine them into a still 3D image. A few of last years' Exmor R CMOS-sensored Cyber-shot cameras could capture 3D images in Sweep Panorama mode, but this feature made it difficult to take portraits or non-landscape photos. This new line now makes it possible to capture a variety of 3D images quickly and easily.
The most impressive of the bunch is the Sony Cyber-shot TX100V, a 4x-optical-zoom camera packed with a built-in GPS to let you geotag photos as you shoot them. It's the only new Cyber-shot to feature 1080p / 60fps /24Mbps AVCHD video capture, and also offers Dual Record to let you snap 3-megapixel photos while capturing video. This camera provides another first for Sony-- it's the first Cyber-shot to boast a 3.5-inch OLED touchscreen as well as three 3D modes.
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