The Modern 3D era began in 2004 with The Polar Express. In the seven years since then, 3D imaging technology has migrated from the massive Hollywood rigs and post production processes to consumer tech, notably the entry-level Sony Cyber-shot and Bloggie line.
Sony hopes the Handycam HDR-TD10 will usher in a new era of camcorders as it will be the company's first 3D consumer device. DigitalCameraReview received extensive hands-on time with the 3D Handycam, which Sony claims are the first production units to roll off the line.
The compact ultrazoom HX9 will offer users a 16x optic with GPS functionality. It comes in a sleek package with all of the premium features we've come to expect from Sony's flagship Cyber-shots.
The Sony HX100V ultrazoom features an impressive 30x optical zoom lens, GPS functionality and 1080 HD video recording. It's also the first Cyber-shot offered with Carl Zeiss optics.
Sony releases Mac-compatible software for its Bloggie Touch pocket camcorder.
We spent some time at the Sony both handling the new 3D capable bloggie 3D. Read on for some hands-on photos and brief first impressions - no 3D glasses necessary.
Announcing six new models without the higher-end Exmor R CMOS sensor, Sony refreshes its mid-to-entry level point-and-shoot lineup. Premium features like Sweep Panorama have trickled down throughout the entire breadth of the Sony roster.
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.
Sony Europe makes the much-anticipated NEX firmware upgrade available today, allowing NEX owners to use AF with Alpha lenses.
Sony Europe announced at a press conference this afternoon at Photokina that a forthcoming NEX firmware upgrade will provide AF capability with alpha lenses. Sony also released more details about the advanced DSLR teased earlier this year.
Sony gave DCR a chance to test the new a55 last week in Jackson Hole, and we grabbed the opportunity by the horns. From fast-paced action at the rodeo to panoramas in Yellowstone, we gave the a55 a trial run in some of the country's most spectacular scenery.
The Sony alpha a55 and a33 officially debut today, bringing back the translucent, fixed mirror technology last seen in the likes of the Canon Pellix. Sony's system boasts uninterrupted auto focusing and a significant reduction in camera size.
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