Sony is continuing towards its goal of giving crisp, clear photos to even the most shaky-fisted photographers with the new Cyber-Shot DSC-T30. The digital camera has two big features to help prevent blurry pictures: Super Steady Shot optical image stabilization to compensate for unsteady hands and high shutter speeds to lessen blur caused by low-light conditions. What this all boils down to is that your photos will be sharp and clear, even if you took them while leaning out of a four-wheeler. In addition to the blur reduction, the credit-card-size camera features 7.2-megapixel resolution and a large 3-inch LCD screen on the back, allowing you to preview your masterpieces before sending them off to your computer. Look for the DSC-T30 in stores next month. It costs $500 list, probably less at most dealers.