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Sony PXW-Z90

Three new 4K Sony handheld camcorders

Bam! In your face, Canon! Mere hours after the XF400/405 was launched (see our news item here), Sony have hit back with not one, not two but THREE of their own. But if you look at the specs, it could be that Canon’s got the...

Sony RX10 IV

Updated compact cam from Sony

Sony has announced version 4 of its RX10 fixed-lens stills and video camera. The new model boasts a claimed “world’s fastest” autofocus and has a Zeiss 24-600mm (35mm equivalent) lens which ramps from f2.4 at the wide end to f4 as you zoom. There’s optical...

Sony RX0 front view

New hardcore action cam from Sony

Sony has launched a compact, toughened stills/video camera. The DSC-RX0 is said to be waterproof to 10m, shockproof for a 2m drop and even crushproof to 200kgf / 2000N (no, we have no idea what the means in practice either) It boasts a 1-inch stacked CMOS...

Sony a6500 with SEL1670Z lens

New A6500 and RX100 cameras from Sony

Sony has uneviled an improved version of its A6300 camera, labelling it the A6500. The APS-C sensor (24.2 megapixels) device now includes a touchscreen, probably to the delight of many reviewers who seemed disappointed by the omission in the prior model. The screen can be used...

Video Review: Sony AX53 camcorder

Sony’s AX53 camcorder is the successor to the AX33. It shoots 4K at 25 or 30p depending which country version you have, as well as high bitrate XAVCS HD, and standard AVCHD as well. It can also do a genuine 24p for that filmic look....

Video: Sony AX53 unboxing

We’re in the middle of testing the AX53 4K camcorder from Sony at present – full review here soon. In the meantime, here’s our unboxing and initial impressions.

Sony RX10 Mk III with lens extended

Sony launches third RX10 camera

Sony’s added a third version to its RX10 fixed-lens camera line-up. The Mk III now boasts a new Zeiss 24-600mm (that’s 25x magnification) f2.4 – f4 lens, with a one-inch, 20 megapixel “stacked” CMOS sensor. 4K recording is on offer in Sony’s XAVC-S format, with S-Log...