Sony unveiled new Cyber-shot digital cameras in its cool T-Series with the DSC-T77 and DSC-T700. The Sony DSC-T77 is the world's thinnest digital camera with optical image stabilization.
The Sony T77 is only 13.9mm thin featuring a stainless steel sliding lens cover.
Other features of the new Sony DSC-T77 include 10.2MP resolution, Carl Zeiss Barrio TESSA lens with 4x optical zoom, 3 inch screen, ISO3200 max. sensitivity, Sony's Smile Shutter technology, 15MB internal memory, and HD AV output.
Measurements of the T77 are 93.6 × 57.2 × 13.9mm (15mm at the lens cover). The weight of the DSC-T77 is 151g.
Sony will ship the DSC-T77 in the colors black, silver, green, pink, and brown starting on September 5th in Japan. The new T-series cameras will also ship in the United States. The DSC-T77 camera replaces the former T70 model and will be available in brown, green, pink, black and silver in late September for about $300.
The new DSC-T700 cameras ship at the same time in red, champagne gold, pink, dark gray, and silver for about $400.
The Sony DSC-T700 features a larger 3.5 inch screen and 4GB of internal storage compared to the DSC-T77.
Other features of the DSC-T700 are the same as the DSC-T77.
With measurements of 95.0x58.4x15.2mm (16.4mm at the lens cover) the T700 is slightly bigger than the T77. The weight of the T700 is 160g.
Via this Sony announcement (Japanese) and this Sony USA announcement. More Hi-res Photos of the T77 and T700.