(Free Press Release) Sony has recently embraced a new member of its busy T-series of digital cameras named Sony CyberShot DSC-T99, the new affordable, ultra-compact, fashionable point-and-shoot digital cameras equips with rich functions which can be seen below:
Features and specs of Sony CyberShot DSC-T99:
14.1 megapixel Super HAD CCD image sensor plus BIONZ process
25mm wide Carl Zeiss lens with 4x optical zoom and Optical SteadyShot image stabilization
3-inch LCD touchscreen display and high sensitivity of ISO 3200
720p (1280*720 pixels) HD video recordings at 30 fps
Dimensions: 93.0Ã—55.6Ã—16.8mm; Weight: 105 slims
Sony CyberShot DSC-T99 compact digital model camera will be available in five elegant colour variation - black, silver, pink, green and violet which is expected to hit the market in mid-september 2010 for about $250 in US and Europe.
The ultra-compact lightweight Sony CyberShot DSC-T99 camera slips easily into a pocket or purse, making it a fabulous spontaneous way to shot special moments on the go. And you sometimes want to save it for memory or for sharing with friends and family.
But how to show the beautiful moment? You may need to make some changes to get it better than it original was, you put it to iMovie for some betterment process but only found it impossible. Why? iMovie will not accept your video files because of file compatibility. I found not once people complained, and now I'd like to give you a workaround.
Sony Camera to iMovie Converter comes to your rescue
Sony Camera to iMovie Converter is specially developed for Sony Camera for smooth importing Sony digital camera (including Sony CyberShot DSC-T99, Sony Bloggie, Sony Webbie MHS-CM5, MHS-PM5) videos to iMovie by simply changing the camera files to iMovie workable MPEG-4, MOV, DV, HDV etc files with never to worry fast conversion speed and trustable output quality.
Sony Camera to iMovie Converter never ends as a video converter and video player, it can also be served as a faithful video editor, you can feel assured to do some beforeband editing before transferring to iMovie for further editing. For example, you can cut off the unwanted parts from the video using Crop, short the video to a certain length required for you, or apply special effect to you video, and more can be expected if you just spare a few minute to try.
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