Both Samsung and Sony are celebrating today after picking up multiple honours in the CES 2009 Best of Innovation Honorees awards.
Samsung's Full HD camcorder, the SC-HMX20C was noted as a "multifunctional device highlighted by a visually stunning design".
While the TL9, a compact camera with built-in MP3 player and the HZ10W, the world's first compact digital camera with a 24mm ultra-wide angle, 10x optical zoom, get a mention.
Finally, the TL34HD camera, with its "revolutionary touch-screen interface" was also seen as standout.
Sony, meanwhile, were praised, camera-wise, for the Alpha DLSR-A900, the world's highest resolution DSLR, and the hi-def shooting Cyber-shot T500.
When it comes to camcorders, the company was also garnered a warm reception for its HDR-CX12 Handycam and the HDR-TG1, an ultra-portable, high performance Full HD camcorder.
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