Sony today introduced what the company is dubbing the world's first consumer level interchangeable lens HD camcorder: the NEX-VG10, a $2,000 HD camcorder built on the NEX digital camera standard.
Sony updates its Cyber-shot roster today with the WX5 and TX9. Replacing existing WX1 and TX7 models, the new cameras bring updated features like Superior Auto Mode and 3D Sweep Panorama to the Cyber-shot line for the first time.
Sony replaces the Cyber-shot DSC-TX1 today with the competitively priced Cyber-shot DSC-T99.
Sony has released a firmware update enabling 3D Sweep Panorama for its NEX series compact interchangeable lens cameras.
This edition of Head to Head pits two new cameras against each other: the Sony alpha NEX-5 and the Samsung NX10. They may be lightweights compared to DSLRs, but they pack serious picture-taking power into compact bodies.
Sony adds the Alpha A290 and A390 to its DSLR lineup today, updating the existing A230 and A380 models. The Alpha A290 gets a 14.2 megapixel sensor to match that of the A390, while the A390 adds SD/SDHC compatibility.
Sony announced by way of its CX-News online publication that it has developed a 14.2 megapixel sensor containing the smallest pixels in the industry.
Sharp Corporation has announced that it has developed a 3D camera module for mobile devices such as digital cameras and cell phones that is capable of capturing high definition 3D video images, an industry first.
The NEX-5 and NEX-3 launch didn't exactly come as a surprise after a series of heavy leaks. But with the cat officially out of the bag, we're now able to share our first impressions and sample photos from the NEX-5. Take a look at our preview of Sony's new mirrorless camera.
Making good on a promise from PMA 2010, Sony launches today the NEX-3 and NEX-5 mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras. Each camera is outfitted with a 14.2 megapixel Exmor APS CMOS sensor, a 3.0-inch tilting LCD, and a Sony E-mount for use with three new Sony lenses designed for the NEX system.
There's no doubt that the Sony TX7 is a beautiful camera - small, sleek and only 18mm thick. Behind those good looks are some interesting features, including a 3.5-inch touch screen and sweep panorama mode. We're taking a first look at the TX7 and its 10.2 megapixel EXMOR R sensor while the full review is in the works.
Sony announced the rugged Cyber-shot TX5 and the compact high-zoom Cyber-shot H55 a few days before PMA kicked off. Both cameras are on display at Sony's show floor real estate and we snagged some hands-on time with the latest Cyber-shot models.
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