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Long the bane of both professional and amateur photographers the world over, camera shake has been known to mar perfectly framed photographs for all eternity.
It appears an era of even higher quality smartphone photography is almost upon us, if Sony has anything to say about it.
Professional photographers just got a brand new best friend in Sony.
The second wave in a new line of Sony cameras is turning regular smartphone picture takers into bona fide photographers.
Size matters, and when it comes to action cams, the smaller you go the better. No stranger to this knowledge, Sony has just performed a shrink-down makeover on its mini cam lineup and is introducing the aptly-named Action Cam Mini.
Indecisive digital camera shoppers now have two good reasons to take another look at the Sony RX10: super boosted video quality and a near 25 percent drop in price.
In response to the apparent demand for more selfie-enabling tools, Sony is reportedly planning the release of a line of selfie cams made in the shape of perfume bottles.
Can compact mirrorless cameras get any better? Sony seems to think so as it has just released the latest in its gradually evolving line of compact mirrorless cameras. Call it the Sony A5100.
Mac-based digital photographers running OS X Mavericks have just received an early Christmas present from Apple.
Never mind lights and camera. Sony is yelling "ACTION" with its latest line of action cams for videographers of a more agile bent.
Sony has introduced the Alpha 6000, an interchangeable lens camera and successor to the NEX-6, and DigitalCameraReview had the chance to get a first look at the device.
Sony has introduced updates to its CyberShot lineup of digital cameras with the DSC-HX400V, DSC-H400, DSC-H300, DSC-WX350, and the DSC-W800.
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