CES-2013: Olympus, Nikon, Sony

January 08, 2013 | 1 Minute Read

Lots of CES stuff today, but studying for an exam in the morning, so this will mainly be links… First, Olympus

Olympus SH-50 iHS touts 5-axis video stabilization in a compact, $300 camera (update: hands-on pics) (pictured)

Olympus reveals SZ-15, SZ-16 superzoom cameras with upgraded sensors

Olympus intros upgraded Stylus Tough TG-2, TG-830 and TG-630 rugged cameras

Next, Nikon:

Nikon unveils J3 and S1, takes 73-point AF and 15 fps stills to entry mirror less cameras (pictured)

Nikon D5200 to reach US photographers in late January for $900

Nikon outs Coolpix S6500 with WiFi, new beauty touch-ups (update: hands-on photos)

Last, but defiantly not least, Sony

Sony Handycam PJ790V and PJ650V get brighter projectors with HDMI input, we go hands-on (pictured)

Sony Handycam TD30V delivers premium feel, 3D shooting for less than a grand (hands-on)

Sony’s ruggedized Cyber-shot TF1 hits this month for $199, we go hands-on

Sony introduces Balanced Optical SteadyShot for well under a grand with CX430V, PJ430V Handycams (hands-on)

Sony kills off SD camcorders, launches four entry-level Handycams starting at $249 (hands-on)

Sony Cyber-shot WX80 packs WiFi, 10 fps shooting, 12,800 ISO in a $199 point-and-shoot (hands-on)

Sony Cyber-shot H200 features 26x OIS lens, 20.1MP stills for $249 (hands-on)

Sony Cyber-shot W710 and W730 entry-level cameras start at $99, we go hands-on

Sony Handycam CX380 and PJ380 offer boosted specs with less heft, we go hands-on

I did say there was a LOT!