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The show's over at the Las Vegas Convention Center. We're looking back at the tidal wave of new camera announcements to come out of the show with a quick recap of the events. CES may have happened in Las Vegas, but it didn't stay there.
Cameras may not get the spotlight at CES, but Vegas still manages to throw in some impressive announcements and some curveballs. Read on for our round up of the most buzz-worthy news to come out of CES in the world of imaging.
SanDisk has launched a new 128 GB ExtremePro CF card for pro photographers and videographers.
We checked out Panasonic's new releases for CES, eight new Lumix models that occupy the entry-level side of the lineup. Panasonic has made an effort to incorporate higher quality features such as optical image stabilization down through the entire Lumix line.
We spent some time at the Sony both handling the new 3D capable bloggie 3D. Read on for some hands-on photos and brief first impressions - no 3D glasses necessary.
Day two of CES is underway and we've some first looks at the latest fixed lens cameras from Fujifilm and Casio.
The opening day of CES 2011 is behind us and we've got a recap from a couple of the vendors we visited. Samsung showed off its new NX11 and Kodak brings the compact camera down to size.
Casio revealed the unique Tryx digital camera for CES. Take a look at some hands-on images and first impressions of the device.
The advanced, fixed-lens compact beauty we saw at Photokina is back at CES, and this time it's out from behind glass. Fujifilm is getting ready to launch the X100 in early 2011.
On CES 2011 eve, Olympus announces a fourth generation digital Pen camera. This latest Micro Four Thirds addition gets a slight redesign and a handful of new features.
Announcing six new models without the higher-end Exmor R CMOS sensor, Sony refreshes its mid-to-entry level point-and-shoot lineup. Premium features like Sweep Panorama have trickled down throughout the entire breadth of the Sony roster.
The Cyber-shot DSC-TX100V, DSC-TX10, DSC-HX7V, DSC-WX10 and DSC-WX9 use a new 16.2 megapixel Exmor R CMOS chip to create 3D (and 2D) still images and videos with just one lens.
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