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Browse the web on your camera with Sony’s new DSC-G3

Sections: CES, Digital Cameras, Imaging, Portable Video, Trade Shows, Video, Web, Web 2.0 / Social Networking, Web Browsers

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At Sony’s press conference yesterday, the company made no mention of this beauty. The new DSC-G3 from Sony is what they’re touting as the world’s first WiFi-enabled camera with a built-in web browser. You’re probably asking yourself one simple questions — why do I need a web browser on my point and shoot digital camera? Answer: you can instantly upload pictures and video to popular sharing sites such as YouTube, Flickr, Shutterfly, etc. right from your camera. If that’s not enough, Sony and AT&T have also partnered up to offer complimentary access to Sony’s Easy Upload Home Page via AT&T WiFi hotspots across the country.

The DSC-G3 is a 10 megapixel shooter with 4X optical zoom and face detection. The camera is now available for $500.

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  • rubenrubert

    Camera is now becoming more and more feature packed like wifi, geotagging, in built web browser direct upload faciilty etc which makes point and shoot camera more smarter gadget

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