Sony has placed its E-mount, usually found on its CSCs, on a DSLT-shaped camera. Is it confusing, or offering more choice?
Sony has introduced a replacement for the NEX-5R, adding NFC connectivity. Is it a good enough upgrade?
Sony's new solution to the decline of compact cameras is to pair with your phone, rather than fight it. But how well does it work?
Sony has two new E-mount systems, but only one of them sits in the NEX range, while the other is a plain old Alpha. What gives?
Despite its pocketability, Sony's HX50V has a 30x zoom lens and affords full manual control as well as automatic shooting options.
Like the excellent RX100, but now with a tilting screen, Wi-Fi, NFC and better low-light shooting tools.
Sony's a58 replaces the a37 and a57 DSLTs in the beginner lineup. Does the streamlining process translate into a solid performer?
Aimed at more advanced photographers as well as those attracted by the high zoom ratio, the camera features manual options.
Sony has upgraded its advanced entry-level DSLT camera with the a58, which features an all-new 20.1 million pixel sensor.