Posts Tagged ‘nex’

Photos of the Rumored Sony a6000 Leaked Online, Announcement Expected Tonight

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If rumors are true, Sony’s a6000 — the replacement for the NEX-6 and 7 cameras — will arrive tonight around 11pm Easter Standard Time. Of course, that didn’t stop the rumor mill from getting some info ahead of time, so if you want to see some specs and a few pictures, read on. Otherwise check back later tonight. Read more…

Rumor: Sony Set to Unveil Faster APS-C Camera Next Week

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If recent rumors are to be trusted, Sony is getting ready to continue its assault on all ends of the mirrorless market with the announcement next week of a successor to the mid-line NEX-6 and NEX-7 models — among other potential announcements. Read more…

Sony Releases API, Allows Developers to Create Apps for Its WiFi-Enabled Cameras

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Developers rejoice, you have another API to play with. In a recent move that should help bring more Sony apps to market, the camera manufacturer has released an API that will allow you to develop remote control apps for 8 of its WiFi-enabled cameras. Read more…

Details Emerging About Sony’s Upcoming Full Frame Mirrorless Camera

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We reported in December 2012 that Sony was planning to unleash a full frame mirrorless within a year. We’re about halfway to that one year mark now, and as Sony gets ready to unveil its latest creation, new details are starting to emerge that paint a clearer picture of the revolutionary camera we’ll be seeing.
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Carl Zeiss Glass Coming to Fujifilm X and Sony NEX Cameras. Here’s a Peek

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Carl Zeiss’ legendary glass is coming to Fuji X and Sony E mount cameras. If you have an X series or NEX mirrorless camera, you’ll soon be able to purchase a 12mm f/2.8, a 32mm f/1.8, or a 50mm f/2.8 macro. In 35mm terms, these lenses are equivalent to 18mm, 48mm, and 75mm lenses, respectively. Here’s a sneak peek at what will soon be arriving for your system.
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RhinoCam Turns Your Sony NEX Into a Digital Medium Format Back

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Fotodiox has announced a new mount system called the RhinoCam that turns a Sony NEX mirrorless camera into a digital back for 645 medium format photography. The kit allows NEX owners to shoot with classic medium format camera lenses to capture 140+ megapixel photos.
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MIOPS: Smartphone Controllable High Speed Camera Trigger

MIOPS is a new smartphone-controlled camera trigger that combines all of the features photographers want in a high-speed camera trigger into one convenient device.

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Sony NEX-3N Mirrorless Camera and A58 SLT Become Official

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After having their photos and some specs leaked this past weekend, the Sony NEX-3N and A58 finally became real today through an official announcement by Sony. The new mirrorless and pellicle mirror cameras were unveiled alongside a set of new lenses, and offer some pretty standard upgrades to current models.
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First Sony NEX-3N Photo Leaks, Shows an Electronic Zoom Dial

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Look what we have here — it’s the first leaked photograph of the upcoming Sony NEX-3N mirrorless camera. The leaked photo, first published by sonyalpharumors, shows a camera that may be arriving sometime over the next couple of months alongside an (also rumored) Playstation 4.

The camera will reportedly feature the same 16-megapixel sensor as the current Sony NEX-F3, but with one major difference: an electronic zoom dial.
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Sonikon NikkorNex: A Vintage Nikon Film SLR Fused with a Modern Sony Mirrorless

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Photographer Brendan Taylor is currently working on an ambitious frankencamera project. He’s trying to transfer the innards of a working Sony NEX 5N mirrorless camera into the body of a non-functional Nikon Nikkormat EL 35mm manual SLR.
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Sony Unveils Two New NEX Lenses, Full Frame Glass and Camera Coming Soon?

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There’s some new activity in the world of Sony NEX mirrorless cameras and E-mount lenses — both new product launches and rumors of soon-to-arrive gear.

Earlier this week, the company announced two new E-mount lenses: a 20mm f/2.8 pancake lens and a 18-200mm f/3.5-f/6.3 “Power Zoom” lens that has features designed for video recording.
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