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One might wonder if Sony packed a little too much into the relatively compact DSC-G1, but as we'd already seen, even the CNET review crew didn't really think so. The only noticeable digs were the slightly larger-than-usual frame and additional weight added on, and unfortunately, the \"slow-going\" W

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May 3, 2007 at 9:55AM
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Sony's digital cameras are definitely known for their svelte exteriors and sleek, thin lines -- unfortunately the big-boned DSC-G1 smashes that aesthetic in favor of features packed to the gills. Besides having WiFi for shooting images to your computer-based library and other enabled cameras, there

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Ah, there you are sweet, sweet Cybershot G1. No surprises here, just like we saw in those leaked catalog images weeks ago, the G1 brings a range of novelties like 802.11b/g WiFi, 2GB of on-board storage, biggie 3.5-inch LCD, DLNA compliance, and slideshows with music. Hell, we hear it'll even take

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We were already feeling the Cybershot love with the DSC-W80, W90 and W200 Sony foisted upon us today, but it appears those aren't the whole story. Sony is planning at least seven more Cybershot cameras for PMA 07 this March: The DSC-T100, H9, G1, W60, W85, T20 and H7. The main surprise in this group

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