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Types of pink Sony camera

Pink is the hot colour for accessory technology such as MP3 players, mobile phones and pocket digital cameras, and even for laptop computers too. What types of pink Sony camera are available? Read the following article to learn about the types of pink Sony camera.

Pink digital products

Sony pink digital products are widely available and are competing in a busy market alongside many other pink digital equipments and pink digital cameras. There are pink laptop computers also available. Digital still cameras Digital still cameras are widely available. The point and shoot models are lightweight and easily fit into a pocket or a handbag like the most widely sold cameras in the UK. Pink camera fashion Pink pocket technology became very fashionable a few years ago and pink remains a popular colour. However, digital cameras are also available in a range of bright colours including red, blue and yellow, although green is rarer

Pink camera brands

Olympus pink cameras and Nikon pink digital cameras are readily available in the UK in addition to Sony pink digital cameras and the more rarer Samsung pink cameras. Nikon Coolpix pink camera digital options
The Nikon Coolpix S3100 Digital Camera is available in pink, purple and red among other colours. This is a 14 megapixel camera with a 5x wide optical zoom. Olympus digital cameras Olympus VR-310 digital camera has 14 megapixel capability and a 10x superwide zoom capacity. It is made in red, black, purple and silver. Olympus VG-130 has a 5x zoom lens and comes in a more feminine pink than the VR model.

Pink Sony digital cameras

The different models include: Sony 14 Megapixel p&s Sony 14 Megapixel with 4x optical zoom is a point and shoot camera. This is the most widely recognised Sony rose pink camera and is readily available in UK supermarkets. Sony Cyber-shot cameras Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W570 is available in a pale pink colour. It has 16.1 megapixel capability and is only 2.7 inches long. Sony DSCW510 Cyber-shot digital still camera is quite similar. Both models are available in silver and in other colours as well.

Where to find Sony digital cameras

Pink Sony digital cameras are sold in technology stores, camera shops and supermarkets throughout the UK as well as in internet stores.
Try or for online sales. If accessories are needed such as a digital camera tripod, then probably a local High-Street camera store would be a useful place to look at.

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