Pentax's new compact interchangeable-lens camera offers a unique body designed by Marc Newson, and it's the first mirrorless camera we've seen to support DSLR lenses natively.
Among the highlights in Nikon's new announcements are an F1.8 premium compact, two pocketable high-zoom cameras, and a kid-friendly rugged model.
Four new Panasonic point-and-shoots were unveiled today, including the 20X-optical-zoom Lumix ZS20 and the durable Lumix TS4, which is packed with a barometer, an altimeter, and full manual controls.
One of three new Cyber-shot cameras announced today, the waterproof TX200V packs a fast autofocus system and an OLED touchscreen behind a glass faceplate.
Pentax's new 20X pocket megazoom camera has a pair of shutter buttons and tripod mounts, designed for easier operation when the camera is held vertically.
Wi-Fi-card maker Eye-Fi has serious concerns about the SD Association's proposed iSDIO spec, which CEO Yuval Koren says infringes on his company's intellectual property and represents a 'disregard' for the SDA's own processes.
The executive chairman of Lytro--a small company doing big things in the world of photography--discusses the technology behind a light-field sensor, the possibility of licensing its camera tech to phone manufacturers, and the future of sensors.
This year's big camera announcements were all about built-in Wi-Fi, zoom lenses in pocketable frames, and powerful-but-pricey cameras.
It's likely to be mighty expensive when it comes out in the second half of 2012, but LG's 55-inch OLED set offers outstanding brightness, speed, 3D performance, and energy efficiency.
Following a 19-camera announcement a few days ago, Fujifilm put the cherry on top of its CES sundae with a new interchangeable-lens X-series camera, the X-Pro 1.
Faced with an uncertain future, Kodak announces a Wi-Fi-enabled point-and-shoot camera and a pocketable still/video device at CES 2012.
Fujifilm announced a complete overhaul of its fixed-lens lineup for CES 2012, including 20X-zoom pocket cameras, ruggedized models, and a premium X-series megazoom.
Both smartphone cameras and stand-alone cameras will become much more versatile next year, and it should be fun to watch. Here are the major photography trends to expect in 2012.
CCD sensors have long been associated with better image quality, but speedy CMOS resides in the majority of today's cameras, from DSLRs to iPhones to Lytro.
Articles by Tim Moynihan