Seems to be "DV cameras which can also shoot stills day" today. Sony have updated their ever popular (yep, I've got one) DCR-PC100 MiniDV camcorder. Why should we care? Because it was one of the first DV camcorders to feature a stills facility, it also did this with a 1 megapixel CCD, which the new model retains (1152 x 864 JPEG stills onto Memory Stick). What else is new? It's got a pop-up flash and MPEG clip mode.. a sure declaration that Sony are moving forward in the integration of DV and digital stills cameras.

Sony DCR-PC110 Specifications

Imager 1/4" 1.07 million pixels
Lens 10x optical zoom, Carl Zeiss (stablised)
Flash Built-in, pop-up (still image mode only)
Still image sizes 1152 x 864, 640 x 480
Still storage medium Memory Stick
Movie clips (saved to MS) 320 x 240 - max 15 seconds
160 x 112 - max 60 seconds
DV format Mini-DV tape
DV resolution 520 lines
LCD 2.5" 200,000 pixel
Connectivity AV in/out (S-video & RCA)
iLink (Firewire) in/out
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