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New models across the Sony range include a mid-range SLR, interchangeable lens NEX and compact cameras.
A wave of experimentation is sweeping the camera industry as it grapples with the second phase of the digital revolution. Be careful: today's bold design could be tomorrow's evolutionary dead end.
A new Sony camera is incoming, and it looks like the follow-up to the A77.
Except for dropping the GPS, the Sony Alpha SLT-A57 looks like a solid upgrade to the A55V it replaces.
Planning to buy a new Sony dSLR this October? You'll have to wait.
Here's our summary of this week's camera announcements.
New technologies and designs highlight Sony's advanced cameras and accessories for fall 2011.
It's been a while since Sony played in this ballpark, but the SLT-A77V and SLT-A65V look like strong contenders in their respective classes.
Sony's update to its entry-level SLT (single-lens translucent) interchangeable-lens cameras is solid, if not terribly exciting. The company also plans a firmware update to bring a couple new capabilities to its existing models.
The electronics giant is pleased with its translucent-mirror camera designs, and it promises to sell a higher-end sibling to the a33 and a55 within a year.