Sony is one of the biggest names in digital camera history. The first Cyber-shot dates back to 1998 and ever since acquiring Minolta's camera business in 2006 the firm has been present on every front, from digital compacts and pro SLRs to interchangeable-lens compacts—often with highly rated, cutting edge products. And yet, it has had trouble building itself an image of excellence to compete with the "classic" camera brands like Canon and Nikon, and some brands are offering more innovative product lines (with Wi-Fi on compacts, touchscreens, etc.).
We met with some of the heads of Sony's photo divisions to ask them where things stand... Here's our interview.
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