Sony has announced it plans to invest $645 million in Olympus for both the Olympus medical imaging business and its digital camera business.
As the pre-eminent photo fair in Cologne winds down, we take a look at some of the hits and misses of this years' show.
It's valid to ask whether there's a degree of awkward desperation in what could be interpreted as a bid for Hasselblad's once-revered name to stay relevant.
The latest digital camera tech is back in Germany where Photokina 2012, the biggest global imaging fair, officially kicked off this week.
Sony officially took the wraps off the full-frame a99 and new mid-range E-mount camera, the NEX-6. Keep reading to find out what we like about both.
Sony just took the wraps off a product that's sure to turn more than a few heads. The DSC-RX1 crams a 35mm sensor into a fixed lens body.
Sony makes its latest NEX camera official. The Alpha NEX-5R will offer wireless connectivity and interchangeable lenses.
The slim and sleek Sony TX66 may be small, but it's big on resolution with an 18 megapixel sensor. Take a look at our hands-on preview.
The Sony Cyber-shot RX100 boasts a big sensor with a huge 20.2 megapixel resolution to match. Check out our pre-review look!
Sony introduces the RX100, a big sensor compact with a bright Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* f/1.8 lens. It's got a few other tricks up its sleeve, including up to 10 fps burst shooting. Keep reading for all the details.
Sony unveils two new interchangeable lens cameras today, the translucent mirror Alpha SLT-A37 and the compact mirrorless NEX-F3. We took them both out for a test drive, check out the sample images and read on for all of the details on these new Sony offerings.
In addition to the HX200V and several T- and W-series models, Sony unveils four new H-series high zoom point-and-shoots for 2012.
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