In anticipation of its forthcoming full-frame professional DSLR, Sony has announced specs on a new high-end flash unit, the Sony HVL-F58AM.
Take everything you know about digital camera sensors and turn it around. That's what Sony is doing in developing a new 5 megapixel CMOS imager.
The Sony Alpha DSLR-A200 is the follow-on model to Sony's first DSLR, the entry-level A100. According to Sony, the A200 is faster, lighter, and easier to use than its predecessor, in addition to providing improved noise control and AF acquisition times. In a crowded entry-level DSLR field, it will be interesting to see whether these basic performance improvements keep Sony competitive.
No, it's not an April Fools prank: after half a year on the top of our Most Popular Digital Cameras list, the Sony Cyber-shot T200 hasn't just been dethroned - it's been completely removed from the top 10 altogether. With new models hitting store shelves, half of the cameras from last month didn't make a repeat appearance in March. This list of cameras shows you what visitors to DigitalCameraReview.com viewed most often over the past month. The rankings are determined by the number of times a particular product page is viewed by our users.
The Sony T200 returns for its fifth month atop our most popular cameras list, but with Panasonic's new TZ5 generating a lot of buzz after its release at PMA in early February, it looks like the T200's days as king of the hill are numbered. This list of cameras shows you what visitors to DigitalCameraReview.com viewed most often at over the past month. The rankings are determined by the number of times a particular product page is viewed by our users.
Sony also made its new top-of-the-line W model public today, with the launch of the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W300. The W300 features a fairly conventional 3x zoom, but boasts an impressive 13.6 megapixels of effective resolution.
In a press release this morning, Sony has provided details about the latest additions to its Cyber-shot line, including the 9.1 megapixel, 15x zoom Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H50. The H50's most prominent feature, visually and functionally, is its 15x Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar zoom. Out back, the H50 wears a 3-inch tilting LCD that allows equally easy shooting from low and high angles.
Voting in DigitalCameraReview.com's Point-and-Shoot Photo Contest has closed, and we are pleased to announce that forum member bonnying's submitted image, "Yosemite Falls," has won the grand prize, a Sony Cyber-shot T200. We'll be posting a full contest wrap-up story early next week, showcasing the winning and runner-up photos as well as our honorable mention picks. Until then, although the contest is officially over, all of the great submissions from the contest are still on display in our Point-and-Shoot Photo Contest Gallery.
Just one final reminder that you have until 5 p.m. EST today, February 1, to submit your entry to our Point-and-Shoot Photo Contest for your chance to win a Sony Cyber-shot T200. For contest rules and complete information, check out the link here.
In a press conference this morning, Sony put the announcement from Tuesday about the semiconductor division's development of a full-frame 24 megapixel CMOS sensor into a production context with the news that it is working to develop a flagship full-frame DSLR for its Alpha series. Other than its 24.6 megapixels of resolution and innovative A/D conversion technique for lower high-ISO noise, detailed specs for the new camera were few in coming. What is known is that the camera should be ready for market by the end of the year.
In an announcement today, Sony officially launched two additions to its digital SLR lineup. The 10.2 megapixel Sony Alpha DSLR-A300 and 14.2 megapixel DSLR-A350 introduce the manufacturers Live View system, allowing users to compose images on-screen rather than through the optical viewfinder alone.
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