Sony DSC-T99S

T99, 14.1 Mp, HD movie, 7.5cm Wide Touchscreen LCD, 4320 x 3240, 4 x Zoom

Slim and chic, with outstanding styling and superb picture quality. 14.1 megapixels, 4x zoom/25mm wide angle, HD movie and 7.5cm wide touchscreen LCD
- Slim, beautiful, colourful looks
- Create amazing panoramic pictures
- Shoot HD movie clips
Exquisite style, amazing pictures
Gorgeously sculpted looks are just the start. Slim, colourful and easy to carry in a shirt pocket or bag, it's packed with cutting-edge technology to help you capture brilliant still pictures and HD video with ease.

The camera that thinks it’s a camcorder
Left your camcorder behind? Don't worry: now you can capture crisp, clear HD movie clips at an incredible 30 frames per second for smooth, clear action. Watch the results on your BRAVIA television: you'll be amazed by the quality, detail and colour.
Experience the whole picture

Now it's easy to grab breathtaking wide-screen views of that landscape or city scene. Sweep Panorama mode shoots a high-speed burst of frames as you sweep the camera from side to side (or up and down!). Images are stitched together automatically by the camera to create one amazing panoramic image.

Better looking pictures made easy
Not sure how to pick the perfect camera settings to suit a particular scene? Don’t worry, help is at hand. Intelligent Auto (iAUTO) mode automatically adjusts exposure and other camera settings for optimum results in a wide range of shooting situations.
Great images at your fingertips

A colourful, detail-packed LCD screen helps you frame every shot with more confidence. The wide, high-contrast touchscreen lets you see exactly what you’re shooting – even in bright light when you’re outdoors. The touchscreen also simplifies quick adjustment of shooting settings.
Pack more into every scene

Dramatic landscapes, architectural shots, interiors and even family scenes can produce disappointing results when a scene gets cut off at the edges. A wide angle lens lets you pack more into the picture without having to stand further back from the subject.