The Sony A900 has been spotted in a Danish magazine ad, which shows a 3.0-inch LCD and a 100 percent viewfinder.
This digital camera puts 9-megapixel stills into an affordable price range, but only if you can put up with its slow speed and confusing quirks.
The company pulls out all the stops with its fall camera and camcorder announcements.
Word on the Net has it that a Sony 36-megapixel full-frame sensor is going to pop up in Sony and Nikon cameras starting before the end of this year.
Want to know how well a lens works on the camera you own? DxO's new lens-testing site offers new details.
A good first try at a pro-level camera, the Sony Alpha DSLR-A900 has the high resolution but unfortunately lacks some of the performance and usability you expect from a model in its price range.
The new 90 megabyte-per-second Extreme Pro cards hit new speed heights. But it may be too soon to care for most people, even pros.
Resolution junkies just gained a more affordable dSLR option.
Improved noise reduction, faster continuous shooting, and novel image processing additions make the Alpha DSLR-A500 and A550 models to watch in the competitive sub-$1,000 dSLR market.
Leakages abound on the 'Net about various dSLR and interchangeable-lens models.