CNET came out with a feature that describes shutter lag time and shot-to-shot time.
Shutter lag time: the time it takes for the camera to open the shutter from the time you press the shutter release button.
Shot-to-shot time: the time it takes from when the shutter closes on a shot to the time it opens for the next shot.
What this means is that this camera is great for shooting a subject/object when you see it while you're moving. Say, if you wanted to take a picture, for instance, of a barn from the inside of a moving car and you want to catch it before you move too far away from it.
This camera has a shutter lag time of .5 seconds or shorter and a shot-to-shot time of less than 1.5 seconds. It has manual controls, is 8 MP, has ISO of up to 3200, an 35 mm equiv. focal length of 35-175 mm and, a reported image quality of less then its predecessor (the T100).
Check out the video about the camera here.