Sony has launched two new digital cameras that feature Anti-blur technology to ensure blur free images.

The two new models are apart of a new range of cameras for Sony. The new models are the Cyber-shot 7.2 megapixel H5 and the 6 megapixel H2.

Both models include super SteadyShot, High Sensitivity, ZEISS 12x Optical Zoom, Full Manual Control, and long STAMINA battery life that promise 400 shots per charge. The cameras offer 3-inch and 2-inch LCD screens respectively.

The main crux of the cameras is the double "Anti-Blur" technology that allows you to shoot in difficult conditions, such as low light, reducing the risk or hand shake blurring your pictures.

Sony has added a 2-second self-timer mode to further aid to reducing camera shake associated with pressing the shutter button and long zoom cameras.

The company has said is has also managed to reduced picture blur further because of the High Sensitivity (up to ISO1000) capability of both the cameras.

Both cameras feature 30MB internal memory, as well as both featuring USB2.0 and PictBridge connectivity.