CES 2012: Our coverage continues; interviews rolling in
posted Wednesday, January 11, 2012 at 3:20 AM EST
As the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show--this year combined with the Photo Marketing Association's annual Spring tradeshow--rolls on, the announcements continue to flood our news page, while the IR team roams the show flood in search of the most interesting stories.
Right before the show kicked off, we hosted exclusive Q&A sessions with both Canon and Nikon, to discuss two of the show's most exciting products: the Canon PowerShot G1 X being the first large-sensor fixed-lens zoom camera on the market, and the Nikon D4 being that company's latest-generation professional SLR. Although the chance to ask your own questions has come and gone, both Q&A sessions remain archived as part of our previews of each camera, so visit our Canon G1 X preview or Nikon D4 preview if you'd like to read what proved to be two very enlightening Q&As!
As usual, we're also conducting a raft of in-depth interviews with many of the biggest names in the camera business, talking about their latest products and their future plans, and collating their insights on the state of the industry. With our usual level of detail, these take a little while to transcribe, but the first three interviews--with Toshiyuki Terada and Sally Smith Clemens of Olympus, John Carlson of Pentax, and Kayce Baker of Fujifilm--are already live. (We're currently transcribing interviews with Nikon, Samsung, Sigma, and Sony, and will be meeting with Panasonic today, so keep your eyes peeled for plenty more to come.
Once you've read our Q&As and the first of our interviews--and while you're waiting for the remaining interviews to appear--there's plenty of interesting news from this year's Consumer Electronics Show, and we've grouped it all in one handy location. To stay informed, be sure to visit our CES 2012 event page!