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Sony To Release Four New Digital Cameras

The Cyber-shot compact line gets a boost with improved internal memory and lower pricing.

Sony plans to release over the next couple of months four new models in its Cyber-shot digital camera line.

The DSC-W55, DSC-W35, DSC-S700 and DSC-S650 will feature 7.2-megapixel imagers, 3x zoom lenses, and more internal memory than other models. The DSC cameras are both compact models.

The W-series cameras include technologies for taking clearer pictures in low-light conditions. All the new models feature longer battery life than previous cameras. A fully charged battery can power 380 shots with the W55 and W35 models, and 460 shots with the S700 and S650.

The W55, W35 and S650 models are scheduled to ship to stores in February. Prices are set at $200, $180, and $150, respectively. The S700 model is set to ship in March, and is expected to cost $180.

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