At a press conference this morning, Sony kicked off PMA 2010 by launching a new alpha ultra-compact interchangeable lens concept. They showed a trio of mock-up cameras and revealed very limited preliminary specs about the system and a new Exmor APS HD MOS sensor.
DigitalCameraReview is on the move again, and for a change we're not headed to Vegas. This year, PMA relocates to Anaheim, California from a long run in Sin City. On the heels of many, many compact camera announcements, we're ready to get a first look at some of the latest releases from the likes of Nikon, Panasonic, Sony, Olympus, and Fujifilm.
Sony unveils today the Cyber-shot DSC-TX5, an ultra-slim camera that isn't afraid of a little water. The waterproof, dustproof, freezeproof, and shockproof TX5 features their Exmor R CMOS sensor and a 3.0 inch touch screen. Sony hopes it will offer a sophisticated style option to those seeking a rugged point and shoot.
Sony launches the 10x optical zoom Cyber-shot DSC-H55 today with a 25mm wide angle Sony G lens. It offers a set of semi-premium features like 720p HD video recording and optical image stabilization in a compact form-factor.
A steady stream of new camera announcements from electronic giants like Sony, Samsung and Casio materialized this week on the CES show floor. The big companies are interested in getting you connected and sharing photos like nobody's business. We took a look at some of these hot-off-the-press-release products.
At a glitzy press conference this evening, Sony announced two new Cyber-shots, the TX7 and HX5. They're both armed with the backlit Exmor R CMOS sensor of previous X models, though the new cameras add full HD video recording, TransferJet wireless file transfer capability, and in-camera HDR.
Sony offers an update to the popular W and S series Cyber-shots on the eve of CES 2010.
The Sony Alpha DSLR-A550 tops off the consumer-oriented portion of the Alpha lineup. It fits comfortably below the advanced A700 with a 14.2 megapixel sensor, yet offers functions brought up from the Cyber-shot line such as Smile Shutter and face detection. Our first look includes sample images and our initial impressions of the Sony Alpha A550.
Sony's new Cyber-shot WX1 utilizes an innovative back-illuminated Exmor "R" CMOS sensor to produce (according to Sony) a 200% increase in sensitivity over traditional front-illuminated CMOS sensors. We'll look into those claims in our upcoming full review, but for now take a look at some preliminary images and results from the Cyber-shot WX1.
Sony took the wraps off a new S-Frame digital picture frame today at PhotoPlus. The multi-tasking DPP-F700 digital frame doubles as a photo printer, spitting out glossy 4x6 inch prints at 300x300 dpi resolution. Sony gave us a brief demo on the show floor.
Sony launches their second full-frame DSLR today, the Alpha DSLR-A850. Like the flagship Alpha A900, the new A850 will feature a 35mm 24.6 megapixel CMOS sensor and a 3.0 inch 921k dot LCD. With a few exceptions, it's nearly identical to its predecessor. The A850 will start at $2000, a sweet price for a full-frame system.
Sony announces the Alpha DSLR-A500 and DSLR-A550 this morning sporting the latest generation of CMOS sensors. Coupled with their BIONZ image processor, the 12.3 megapixel A500 and 14.2 megapixel A550 are optimized for low-light performance and boast shooting at up to 12800 ISO.
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