2016 and beyond: tech trends that will define the year
CAMERAS - SAY CHEESE
Samsung Galaxy Camera 2
Samsung's freshly revealed Galaxy Camera 2 will be strutting its stuff on the CES show floor.
Sporting Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, a 16MP sensor and 21x optical zoom along with beefier image processing and classy new faux-leather duds, it hopes to leave its predecessor in the dust.
Samsung NX30 Camera
The successor to the NX20 smart compact system camera packs a 20.3MP sensor, smartphone integration and, more excitingly, the ability to upload its snaps direct to Dropbox after shooting.
Nikon teases the DS4 and shows off the D3300
Nikon has dangled the monstrous DS4 in front of photography enthusiasts at CES, although a wallet-smashing price tag and release date has yet to be released.
A DSLR we know more about is the new Nikon D3300, a more consumer-focussed entry-level model that's out on 6 February for £500 (or £600 with a compact new 18-55mm VRII kit lens). The D3300 boasts a 24.2MP sensor, 5fps continuous shooting, full HD movie capture and a weight of just 410g (without lenses).
Sony NEX rises as the Alpha 5000
Sony's new snapper carries NEX DNA and serves up a reversible screen, 4K image support and a 20.4MP sensor for €500.