Sony is a giant in the electronics industry, and its digital camera division reaches far and wide. Sony’s Cybershot models have been incredibly popular since digital cameras became hot property, though their market share seems to be falling off slightly in the past few years. They’re still among the most innovative digital cameras in the industry and they make models for every type of photographer, from novice to professional.
Sony specializes in eye-pleasing, ultra-slim compact cameras (the T and W series) and in our opinion truly excels with feature-loaded, high-end, fixed-lens models (the H series). Since acquiring Konica-Minolta’s dSLR division a few years ago, Sony has made strides into the dSLR market with their solid Alpha series, though in our opinion they don’t stack up to Canon or Nikon dSLRs. Still, everyone can find something to like in Sony’s line. Note: All Sony cameras from 2010 and forward will support SD and SDHC memory cards in addition to Sony’s proprietary Memory Stick format.
Cyber-shot® Digital Camera 10.1 Megapixel, 3x Optical Zoom S2000
Cyber-shot® Digital Camera 10.2 Megapixel, 4x Optical Zoom TX7
Cyber-shot® Digital Camera 12.1 Megapixel, 3x Optical Zoom S2100
Cyber-shot® Digital Camera DSC-TX1
Cyber-shot® Digital Camera DSC-W320
Cyber-shot® Digital Camera DSC-W350
Cyber-shot® Digital Camera DSC-W360
Cyber-shot® Digital Camera DSC-W380 (Gold)
Cyber-shot® Digital Camera DSC-WX1
Cyber-shot® Digital Camera H20/B
Cyber-shot® Digital Camera HX1