We can't for sure confirm that Sony is in fact launching the following models, but according to Let's Go, the Sony Centre site (which we can't seem to find) has it that Sony's PMA offering this year to come in the form of another five models: The Cybershots DSC-H2, DSC-H5, DSC-W40, DSC-W70, and DSC-W100. We didn't hear anything about the six megapixel DSC-W30 and DSC-W50 we saw the other day, but here's the skinny on the above models as we understand it: the DSC-H2 has a six megapixel CCD, 12x optical zoom, Steady Shot OIS (optical image stabilization), 1000 ISO mode, 3-inch display, and VGA 30fps video recording; the DSC-H5 appears to be the same device, but with a seven megapixel sensor (both available in May); the W40 doesn't have much info on it, but would have a 6 megapixel sensor, 2-inch display, and 32MB of internal memory; the W70 features a seven megapixel CCD, VGA 30fps recording in MPEG-4, and 64MB internal memory (both it and the W40 could see release in March); the DSC-W100 may have an 8 megapixel sensor, 3x optical zoom, 2.5-inch display, 64MB internal memory, USB 2.0, and may debut in April. Oh, and apparently Sony's working on a new digital SLR (or two or ten) as per their technology handover from Konica Minolta, which could launch in the summer. We know that's a lot to digest, but hey, we're just trying to get you ready for PMA this month.

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