If you’re like most people, you’ve probably heard the term “Sony” mentioned quite a few times in your life.
Nowadays, it’s often associated with a certain type of camera, but back in the day, there were also cameras made by Sony, Canon, Nikon, Sony Epson, Panasonic and other brands.
Now, you may think that these days, you’d be more familiar with these cameras than with some of the other companies, but for the most part, they’re just brands that used to make the products we use to take pictures.
In fact, the word “Sony,” while technically still a trademark of Sony, is actually a very popular term today, especially for smartphones.
As a result, the majority of you probably don’t even know that there are other brands that use the same name as Sony.
Today, we’ll be looking at the top 10 brands that make cameras for smartphones and tablets, as well as some of their biggest rivals.
What is Sony?
Sony is a trademark registered by the Japanese company Sony Corporation in 1982.
Its primary purpose is to manufacture and sell cameras.
The name “Sony”, in English, stands for “Sony Imaging Group”, and was created by the company.
It’s also a trademark for Sony Corp. and the logos “SXE” and “SZE” are used on the front of many of the cameras that you might have seen on the street, like the Epson SZ100 and Sony EZ-1.
While the name “SCE” stands for Sony Corporation, the company itself is a separate company, owned by Sony.
Sony has been around for more than 50 years, and is one of the oldest technology companies in the world.
Its flagship product, the Sony A7S, is one the most popular camera phones in the United States, with sales topping $200 million in 2016.
Today’s top brands in smartphone and tablet camera design: Sony, Panasonic, Canon and Olympus (all of them) The top 10 most popular smartphone cameras Sony A-Series: The A7s (A7S+) The A9 (A9+) The E-Series (E-P5) The A99s (E9+) (A99+) The Sony A6000 (A6000+) The Panasonic GF2 (GF2+) The Olympus XA (XA+) Sony A6300 (A6300+) The Canon XA-1 (A70+) The Nikon D5500 (D5500+) Panasonic GF7 (GF7+) Olympus X1 (X1+) Olympus GF1 (GF1+) Panasonic GH4 (GH4+) Olympus F4 (F4+) Panasonic XA10 (X10+) Olympus D5100 (D5100) Sony A5500s (N5100+) Sony F100 (F100+) Canon EF-S 50mm f/1.8L II USM Lens (EF-S 17-55mm f/.4-5.6) Canon EF 80-200mm f2.8-4L IIUSM Lens for EF-mount Canon EF 135mm f1.4L USM (EF 55-250mm f4-6.3) Canon 1.8x telephoto zoom lens for Canon EF 50mm F/1 Fisheye III Canon 1-Series DSLR Cameras: The Canon EOS Rebel T5i, Canon EFS Rebel T6i, and Canon EZ Series Digital SLRs The Sony E-Class DSLR The Olympus E-100D and E-Pro2 DSLR cameras The Canon 5D Mark II and Canon 5Ds Mark III Digital SLR Cameraries: Sony A6500, Sony A70, Sony Alpha-E1, Sony ARRI Alexa Digital SLT-A500, Sony APS-C APS M-SLR, Sony NEX-3, Sony NP-E30, Sony ProRes 5200, Sony RED Epic II, Sony RX100-D, Sony Sony RX1 Series, Sony SR1 Series 2, Sony Vario-Sonnar G6 Series, and Sony XSi Digital SLC Cameraries.
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