As you can see, it's super slim and very light to carry. Sony claims its battery will last for around 420 shots, and it comes with what it has dubbed 'double anti blur', which keeps photos sharp when the light levels are low.
Don't be fooled by such marketing spin though. The 'double' is because the T30 has image stabilisation and a faster ISO speed of 1000, for when you don't want to use the flash. Higher ISOs usually mean grainy shots, but Sony reckons it has minimised this problem.
It's a 7.2megapixel camera; although it's not a given that this will improve photo quality, especially when the camera is so small, it should produce decent shots.
For the photographers, it also has a range of effects, a histogram to adjust your setting before reshooting and various flash options.
And the all important accessories? Well these include a black leather case, a spare battery for heavy sessions and a housing for underwater shots - be they in the shower or when deep sea diving.
It's out in May, but there was no word on pricing.
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