Despite resembling a silver-encased deck of cards it sports a three inch LCD (which takes up pretty much the entire rear) for viewing images and navigating menus. The latter is especially simple given the display’s touch-screen capability.
Sony claims its Clear Photo?LCD Plus technology gets around the ‘blind out’ problem many LCDs suffer from when a user tries to view them in strong sunlight.
Up to 300 images can be captured from one charge of the N1’s Lithium Ion battery, courtesy of its advanced power management system, claims Sony.
With a shutter lag minimised to a claimed 0.3 seconds, the N1 ensures even the briefest moment is captureable.
You can even enjoy your favourite music tracks whilst you watch an image slideshow.
For its RRP$899, the N1 includes a total on-board 64MB storage capacity and comes supplied with battery, battery charger, multi-connector cable, wrist strap, stylus and software.
Optional N1 accessories:
?MPKNA Marine pack waterproof housing ($349)
LCSNA Leather carrying case ($89)
?LCSCSD Soft carrying case ($29)
?CSSTNA Cyber-shot cradle and remote control ($129)
?NPBG1 Lithium ion battery ($89.95)
?PCKL30 3″ LCD Protector ($19.95)
?Memory Stick PRO Duo and Memory Stick PRO products