From $6000 full-frame DSLRs to Wi-Fi-enabled pocket camcorders, here are the most interesting digital-imaging devices announced at the show.
A new pocket camcorder from Sony takes Wi-Fi sharing into the realm of live broadcasting, as it streams video from the device to the Web in real-time.
Among Sony's 13 new Handycam camcorders, three feature an innovative optical stabilization system, five offer built-in projectors, and nine offer in-camera GPS.
Pocket megazooms continue to shrink and wide apertures are now the norm, as evidenced by Panasonic's new additions to its Lumix line of point-and-shoots.
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.
The 12X-optical-zoom Canon PowerShot Elph 520 HS is just 0.88 inches deep, and the popular Elph 300 HS gets an upgraded successor.
Canon's new G-series camera has a sensor size you'd normally find in a DSLR, and its zoom lens, video options, and pedigree distinguish it from competitors in its class.
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.
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.
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