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Kodak PixPro Smart Lens SL10 and SL25 take on Sony QX, arrive this spring

Kodak PixPro Smart Lens SL10 and SL25 take on Sony QX, arrive this spring

Kodak took the wraps off it competitors to Sony's QX cameras last week, the Kodak SL10 and SL25. Both are small cameras designed to snap onto Android smartphones and the iPhone, offering features that likely extend beyond the smartphone's camera offering and brings wireless control via an accompanying app. The models are very similar to the Sony QX10 and QX100, which went on sale back in September 2013.

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Hands-on with Sony’s new a5000

Hands-on with Sony’s new a5000

The Sony a5000 camera is meant as a kind of entry level interchangeable lens camera. Sony says it’s the lightest of its kind, too. WiFi and NFC are baked in, and it’s of course usable with all of Sony’s current lens offerings. If that sounds a bit too good to be true, we had the same thoughts. Here at CES, we got a quick hands-on with Sony’s newest shooter, and we must say — not bad, Sony.

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Sony’s Action Cam, a hands-on with the ‘splash proof’ shooter

Sony’s Action Cam, a hands-on with the ‘splash proof’ shooter

Sony unveiled a neat little camera today, and we’re not talking about the 4K Camcorder. This one continues to take aim at an existing market, but has a few interesting features that only Sony could bring. Their new Action Cam is a tiny shooter, much like the ubiquitous GoPro. Sony’s latest takes a page from a few other books Sony is known for writing, and is incredibly light.

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Hands-on with the Sony 4K Handycam

Hands-on with the Sony 4K Handycam

Today at CES, Sony introduced their new 4K Handycam. Sony’s push for 2014 is bringing 4K across your devices, and while they’ve had a 4K video camera for some time, Sony acknowledges it was a bit out of reach for the average consumer. With that, Sony brought the magic to us, and they’re not asking too much in return.

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Sony Music Video Recorder first-impressions [samples]

Sony Music Video Recorder first-impressions [samples]

Sony's Music Video Recorder may well be the camera sleeper hit of the holidays. Think of it as the ill-fated Flip Video - or, indeed, Sony's own Bloggie alternative - given a pro-audio upgrade, ostensibly targeted at bands and recording artists looking to make music videos and recordings simultaneously but, as we discovered when we spent some hands-on time with the shooter, certainly capable of more. Read on for our first-impressions.

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Sony Action Cam hands-on [sample]

Sony Action Cam hands-on [sample]

There've never been so many ways to keep track of your extreme sports lifestyle, but Sony is hoping its latest Action Cam will lure away potential GoPro users thanks to a mixture of WiFi, GPS, Full HD quality, and a broad range of accessories. Offering a choice of 1080p or slow-motion 720p recording, the Action Cam has SteadyShot image stabilization along with a Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar 170-degree lens and Exmor R sensor. We took to the skies with the Action Cam to see how it performed.

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Sony RX10 first-impressions [samples]

Sony RX10 first-impressions [samples]

Sony has done a little recycling with the RX10 camera, but when it's re-using the 20.2-megapixel sensor from the much-loved RX100 Mk.II we can't complain too much. In the compact, the 1-inch Exmor R sensor targeted street photographers and those who didn't want to necessarily sacrifice image quality despite having a camera that could fit into a regular pocket; in the RX10, as we discovered recently with an extended preview of the soon-to-be-released shooter, it becomes an altogether different beast. Some of that works, some not so much; read on for our first-impressions.

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Sony A7 and A7R first-impressions [samples]

Sony A7 and A7R first-impressions [samples]

Sales of dedicated cameras may be struggling across the industry this year, but Sony isn't letting the segment go without a fight. Having already impressed us by putting a full-frame sensor in the compact-scale Cyber-shot RX1R, now a similarly huge CMOS has cropped up in the new Sony A7 and A7R, two compelling Alphas that bridge the divide between the mainstream NEX series of interchangeable lens cameras, and Sony's traditional full-body DSLRs. The A7 and A7R aren't set to hit shelves until December, but Sony gave us early access and a few blank memory cards to see just how innovative pair really are. Read on for our first impressions and some sample images.

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