At CES 2009, Sony, in addition to its new VAIO P and several other products, introduced Sony Cybershot G3 – the world’s first camera with support for Wi-Fi and built-in web browser. The presence of the browser includes the possibility of uploading photos and video footages directly from the camera to video hosting sites (such as YouTube, Picasa etc.), as well as view the previously downloaded material.

As far as the camera concerns, it was made in the form factor slider and has a 10 MP (megapixel) sensor, 4-fold zoom, 3.5-inch touch LCD-screen, 4 GB of internal memory, support functions, image stabilization, recognition individuals and smiles, automatically adjust contrast and definition of mode. G3 is already on sale at the official website of Sony for the cost of $ 500.

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