Sony has boosted the capacity of its Cyber-shot G1 camera and added wireless connectivity for picture sharing.
"The Cyber-shot G1 is the first ever camera from Sony to feature onboard wireless connectivity," said Sony in a statement.
"Images captured on the G1 can be simultaneously seen and stored on another camera nearby, and images can also be gifted wirelessly to another G1 in the vicinity."
The Cyber-shot G1 uses 802.11b/g ad hoc wireless networking to transfer images to and from other G1 cameras, with no need to be inside a wireless hotspot.
The 6-megapixel camera includes a 3.5in screen for viewing pictures and has a 2GB capacity to store up to 600 high-resolution images.
Sony claims that its large storage space does away with the need for removable media.
Sony zooms in on wireless cameras
By Matt Chapman on Mar 13, 2007 12:37PM