The company's first self-designed and distributed Sony FE-mount lenses with autofocus come in a couple of essential focal lengths.
Wondering whether to spend the extra bucks for that premium lens? Test measurements from DxO Labs try to make it easier to gauge its sharpness on different camera bodies.
The widest-angle model in the Distagon family will ship in May for nearly $3,000 to those who covet the German lensmaker's products.
The Compact Prime CP.2 family gets new 50mm and 100mm members and the ability to mount to Nikon SLRs. Also: Zeiss' first accessories.
The A560 replaces the A500 and the A550, a welcome consolidation in Sony's dSLR product line. The new model adds video-capture capability, a first for a Sony dSLR. It's joined by three new prime lenses.
All the interesting stuff Sony announced at the show is pretty much still on the drawing board.