The new top-of-its-consumer-line model incorporates a 1-inch BSI sensor that outputs 4K/30p.
The company's Quad HD resolution camcorder comes with a a pro body and price, but Sony wants to sell it to consumers.
Based off Sony's typical top-of-the-consumer-line camcorder design, the AX100 fits the consumer profile a lot better than the AX1 the company released late in 2013.
Luke Westaway gets his hands on Sony's first 4K video camcorder, the FDR-AX100 at CES 2014.
A young Steve Jobs and other early Apple executives appear in a previously unreleased internal sales video for the Macintosh, circa 1984.
The Japanese conglomerate unveils a slew of new gadgets at CES, including a tennis racket sensor, but kicks off its event with a focus on media content.
Along with seven updated models, Sony's 2014 lineup includes a very nice-sounding top-of-the-line HD camcorder.
At this year's show, we learned that wearables aren't just for fitness and phones, action cams are plentiful, and camera lineups are thinning out, and that's probably for the better.
Flexible TVs and wearable tech share the spotlight along with Michael Bay and T-Mobile CEO John Legere. CNET's Bridget Carey sums up the biggest stories at the start of the Consumer Electronics Show.
Texas Instruments' TI-99/8 never made it to market in the 1980s, but that hasn't stopped a bidding frenzy on eBay.