The T-series of digital cameras is well known for being among the slimmest in the business, but the feature set on the recently released Sony DSC-T300 is anything but skinny. In fact, it’s surprisingly bloated given its incredibly thin profile
You start off with basics like a 10.1 megapixel sensor and an impressive 5x optical zoom courtesy of Car Zeiss Vario-Tessar. And then it gets fantastically better with dynamic scene modes, a smile-detecting shutter, a face-detecting feature, a large 3.5-inch wide aspect touchscreen, ISO 3200, image stabilization, and improved focusing at close distance.
Don’t want to sift through your hundreds of pictures just to see which ones include your ugly mug? This camera can search though that library by face too. Rounding out the specs are 1080p slideshow output and a Memory Stick Duo slot. And all this can be had for $400. Look for it in red (pictured), silver, and black.