New Small Sony DSC-U40 Digital Camera Announced

Posted: Oct 22 2003, 9:16am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:02pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 
New Small Sony DSC-U40 Digital Camera Announced
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Sony announced (raw translation) today in Japan a new small digital Camera - Sony DSC-U40.

A couple month ago Sony announced the Sony DSC-30 and Cybershot DSC-50 a bit later. The DSC-50 actually starts shipping on the 23rd.

The new small sony camera supports the Memory Stick DUO and Memory Stick PRO DUO.
It features like the DSC-U30 2MP CCD chip. It supports to record continous video. The 1" screen is a hybrid LCD that also provides good contrast outside.
The measurements are 82.8x39x26mm and the camera weighs 114g with batteries.
Compared to the Sony DSC-U30 which measures 85x40x29mm the DSC-U40 is a bit smaller. Still the DSC-U40 cannot reach the Casio Exilim S20 in terms of size.

The Sony Cybershot DSC-U40 will start shipping November 15th in Japan and comes in red, black, silver and deep blue.


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