The Sony DSC-H1 is the star of the PMA Show as far as Sony is concerned. The DSC-H1 is the company’s first entry into the ultra-zoom market, with a 12x optical zoom lens equivalent to 36-432 millimeters. Following the likes of Panasonic with their image stabilization system, the Sony DSC-H1 has an equivalent feature called Super Steady Shot. Other features include a 5 megapixel sensor and, following the recent trend, a large 2.5-inch LCD screen. The DSC-H1 is quite compact for an ultra-zoom camera, as shown above, well-made like most Sony digicams, and is sure to be a real contender (albeit a late one) when it launches in June for $500.