Imaging It feels as though there is a great camera struggling to get out of a good camera.
Imaging Features like the very high resolution and tiltable LCD make for a versatile camera.
Imaging Sony have made camera without a viewfinder; simply attach it to your smartphone instead.
Imaging This 24-megapixel version of Sony's full-frame mirrorless camera is simply brilliant.
Imaging The handsome Sony a7R can pretty much be summed up in one word: Wow! We want one.
Harro ten Wolde and Nadine Schimroszik Sony has unveiled a new smartphone in its push to become the world's third-biggest maker of smartphones after Samsung and Apple.
Terry Lane This beautiful camera will gladden the heart of photographers who long for a classic design and feel.
Imaging The Sony Vaio Pro 13 Ultrabook bests the MacBook Air for photographers.
Reveiwd by Terry Lane This wonderful 24-megapixel camera is Sony's top full-frame DSLR using SLT technology.
Imaging This camera is a mixed bag. In the hand it feels cheap, but the image quality is very good.
Imaging The Sony RX100 is a game changer, just as the Panasonic LX3 (the LX7 is coming soon) was, forcing other makers to follow suit or be left out.
Imaging This is a beautiful camera, but the beauty is bought at the expense of usability.
Imaging For party snappers posting pictures on Facebook or Flickr, this is good value for money.
Imaging The low-down: This camera replaces the NEX-5, with a few changes. It is smaller than its predecessor, which makes the lens appear even larger in comparison with the body.
This camera should be high on the list of possible buys for anyone with a bagful of Minolta lenses.
Terry Lane This 12-megapixel compact camera is fitted with a 4x Zeiss-branded lens (30-120mm film equivalent). The lens is optically stabilised.
Terry Lane The Fujifilm X-T1, with its compact size and stellar performance, makes conventional DSLRs seem old-fashioned.
Terry Lane A big camera with a whopper lens certainly impresses the spectators, but it can be overkill.
Imaging For anyone looking for an entry into the Nikon system this is the camera to consider.
Imaging Terry Lane makes a bold assertion: there are no bad cameras.