"The Cyber-shot G1 is the first ever camera from Sony to feature onboard wireless connectivity," said Sony in a statement.
"Images captured on the G1 can be simultaneously seen and stored on another camera nearby, and images can also be gifted wirelessly to another G1 in the vicinity."
The Cyber-shot G1 uses 802.11b/g ad hoc wireless networking to transfer images to and from other G1 cameras, with no need to be inside a wireless hotspot.
The 6-megapixel camera includes a 3.5in screen for viewing pictures and has a 2GB capacity to store up to 600 high-resolution images.
Sony claims that its large storage space does away with the need for removable media.
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