Sony Ericsson CyberShot S001 8.1 MPX
Sony Ericsson CyberShot S001 camera phone which, along with the Sony Ericsson’s S905 ‘Shiho’, further serves to blur the boundaries between compact cameras and cell phones in offering an 8.1-megapixel autofocus EXMOR CMOS sensor with LED flash paired with Smile Shutter, Face Recognition, Image Stabilization and auto exposure/white balance (as well as sensitivities up to a particularly impressive ISO1600).
The new CDMA/GSM Sony Ericsson CyberShot S001 slider, apart from serving as a more than capable compact camera in its own right, also supports 1Seg digital TV which promises to look particularly impressive thanks to the S001’s 3.3″ 854 x 480 resolution OLED display. Additionally the CyberShot S001 naturally comes with DAP/PMP functionality, Bluetooth connectivity and comes with integrated GPS.
Measuring in at 51 x 115 x 17.8mm and weighing 145g, the Sony Ericsson CyberShot S001 camera phone will become available via KIDDI Japan in black, a rather garish gold, green and pink (of course) sometime in March though there’s no word concerning pricing at the time of writing.
The Sony Ericsson CyberShot S001 boasts an 8.1 megapixel autofocus EXMOR CMOS sensor with LED flash, and helps you capture the best images possible thanks to Smile Shutter and Face Recognition technology, Image Stabilization and auto exposure/white balance alongside sensitivity of up to ISO 1600. Other features found on this CDMA/GSM slider handset include :-
1. 3.3" OLED display with 854 x 480 resolution
2. Bluetooth connectivity
3. Integrated GPS
4. 1Seg TV tuner