TOKYO — Sony Corp on Thursday unveiled its new alpha-700 DSLR camera which will go on sale Nov 16. The 12.2-megapixel camera is equipped with a newly developed 12.24-megapixel CMOS sensor, called Exmor, that enables users to capture sharp images at around five frames per second. Noise is significantly reduced and the improved processor engine BIONZ allows for high quality images.
The camera only weighs 690 grams, which is the lightest camera among similar models on the market. HDMI output allows users to enjoy the images on HD TV. When connected to Sony's new BRAVIA television set, also coming this fall, it provides even more detailed and clearer images shown in BRAVIA premium photo mode that a regular HD TV cannot recreate.
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