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.
Panasonic launches two basic point-and-shoots for photographers who want to get images and video online quickly.
The new Panasonic Lumix FH27 will include a touch screen, and both the FH27 and FH25 will offer an 8x optical zoom lens and 720p HD video recording capability.
Panasonic adds two more slim, basic models to its Lumix lineup. The Lumix brand turns ten years old in 2011, and Panasonic celebrates a decade of digital compacts with these and two other launches today.
The glitziest new Lumix cameras that Panasonic pulls out of its hat for this year's CES are the FP7 and FP5 with big touch screens and slim profiles. The sleek FP7 and FP5 pack 720p HD video recording and optically stabilized 4x lenses.
At this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Samsung has announced several interesting new camcorders and cameras. These devices, with features and capabilities geared towards different segments of the consumer market join Samsung's comprehensive lineup of photographic tools.
Casio unveils its latest high-speed Exilim camera, the EX-ZR100 and two new entry-level point-and-shoots, the EX-ZS10 and EX-ZS5 as CES 2011 is about to kick off in Las Vegas.
Casio announces a new flaghship compact ultrazoom for CES, the Exilim EX-H30. Like the H10 before it, Casio claims a battery life of up to 1000 images per charge.
Casio has re-imagined the traditional point-and-shoot with the new Tryx, a camera with a "variable frame" design for flexible shooting options. It will shoot 12.1 megapixel stills and 1080p HD video.
Canon announces four new PowerShot series point-and-shoots today, including the optical viewfinder equipped A1200. The PowerShot A3300, A2200 and A800 are also launched with beginner-friendly features and 720p HD video recording.
As CES 2011 kicks off, Canon launches eight new HD Vixia camcorders. Several models will incorporate a new HD CMOS Pro sensor with improved low light capability.
The Las Vegas Convention Center will open its doors tomorrow, ushering the official start of CES 2011. Digital Camera Review and the whole Technology Guide team will be on the scene keeping you updated during the show!
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