Sony today announced the upcoming release of two new digital cameras to its lineup. The new five megapixel Cyber-shot DSC-T1 is no larger than a deck of cards (0.8″ x 2.4″) and features a 2.5″ LCD viewfinder, shoots full-resolution images in one second intervals, high resolution moving images in MPEG-VX Fine mode, a new Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar optical lens, 3X optical zoom, a new camera docking station, a host of new accessories, and more. Also announced is the new Cyber-shot U40, which will come in silver, black, dark blue, and red. The ultra-slim, two megapixel camera features a start-up time of one second, pre-flash metering, MPEG movie mode, a bright LCD monitor, the ability to print directly to printers, and more. Both cameras are expected in January for about US$550 and $200, respectively.