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.
Sony offered a look at what's coming next in their Alpha lineup including a successor to the Alpha a700 DSLR and a couple of new high-end lenses.
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.
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