Looks like the 3D craze is coming to Sony’s digital cameras too, as the company has unveiled three new Cyber-shot cameras, the TX9, WX5, and the T99. The TX9 and WX5 have a rather interesting 3D Sweep Panorama feature, which allows them to create a 3D image that is viewable (in 3D) on a supporting computer or TV. Another neat feature is Sweep Multi Angle that uses 15 different angles to create a 3D image that can simulate 3D even on the camera’s 2D display. Other features include a 12.2-megapixel CMOS sensor, 10FPS burst mode, and Full 1080p HD video recording. The TX9 opts for a touchscreen control, while the WX5 uses the more traditional manual controls. Both the TX9 and the WX5 will be available in September for $400 and $300 respectively. The T99 was also announced, which is a more basic digital camera, boasting a 14-megapixel CCD sensor, supports Sweep Panorama mode, 3-inch touchscreen, and will be priced at $250.