Sony has announced their latest Cyber-shot digital camera at PMA 2007 in Las Vegas; the DSC-G1.
The new compact will be the first to feature wireless connectivity for Sony and will mean that it will go up against competing models from Canon, Nikon and Kodak.
The six-megapixel Cyber-shot DSC-G1, which will support 802.11b and g networks to send images will also Sony claims be able to communicate (via peer-to-peer or ad-hoc connections) with other Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA)-enabled devices, such as another camera or a PC.
A 3x optical zoom, 3.5-inch LCD, Light sensitivity up to 1000 ISO, and a massive 2G of on board memory are just some of the other features of the camera.
According to reports online the camera is likely to cost around $600 when it comes out next month in the US. No word as yet to when it will be coming to the UK, and for what price.
We will keep you posted.