Posts Tagged ‘sony’

New Sony Add-On Lets Tablet Users Strap the QX Lens Cameras to Their Devices Too

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Tablet photography is something of an oxymoron for most photographers, but there are those who occasionally (or more than occasionally) snap a photo on their iOS or Android tablet, and Sony would like to help those people take better pictures.

To that effect, the company has released a new add-on that will allow tablet users to securely fasten their QX10 or QX100 lens cameras to their tablets as well as their phones. Read more…

Sony’s Artsy New Breakdown Video Shows What All is Inside the QX100 Lens Camera

We’re not entirely sure what Sony was trying to do with this video, but we find ourselves sort of entranced by it. In two minutes, it captures the design and assembly process behind the company’s interesting QX100 lens camera, giving us a glimpse at the inner workings of the smartphone photography add-on.

[The video] serve[s] as a countdown clock in anticipation of what [is] to come. An idea can start from a single line and from there, it grows, changes and expands until it’s made real. In this case, it’s Sony’s QX100 lens-style camera coming to life.

(via 1001 Noisy Cameras)

Sony Supposedly Working on a Full-Frame Camera that Shoots Only Black & White

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It seems Sony’s intent on raining all over Leica’s parade. First, the company releases the A7 and A7R — AF-equipped mirrorless full-frame alternatives to Leica’s cameras — and now Sony is supposedly working on a black & white-only full-frame shooter of its own to compete against the M Monochrome. Read more…

Sony Introduces Compact 4K Camcorder & Enhanced Action Camera

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Sony is looking to take 4K video into the mainstream at CES this year by releasing its first compact camcorder that supports the beyond-HD standard. Read more…

Sony Ups Mirrorless Game with a5000, Kills NEX Moniker

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Seeing how well DSLR and mirrorless camera enthusiasts get along, Sony has apparently decided to erase the verbal distinction between the two by sliding its latest mirrorless model into the Alpha line. Read more…

Fashion Photography With the Sony RX1, A Little Beast of a Camera

Why my Nikon D800 is now collecting dust

Jan 04, 2014 · Isi Aakahome

Report Claims Only Nikon, Canon and Sony Will Survive the Smartphone Revolution

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The camera industry is turning into a two-tier market, with Canon, Nikon and Sony DSLRs at the top, smartphones at the bottom and nothing in the middle, according to a recent Reuters report that finds little traction for mid-tier camera makers counting on mirrorless to save the day. Read more…

Olympus Stands to Post a Profit in 2014 as Mirrorless Sales Climb

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Olympus’ decision to put all its chips on the mirrorless market seems to be paying off, with the once-troubled company finally poised to register a profit next year after several quarters of losses. Read more…

A Bit of A7R Sanity: Rising Above the Trash Talk and Fanboy-ism with Actual Facts

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A while back I wrote a post I humbly called Roger’s Law of New Product Introduction, complete with the graph shown below. The release of the Sony A7R has demonstrated the accuracy of that post as few other releases have. Read more…

THIS is How You Change a Lens Like a Pro: Sony Ad Shows Mid-Skydive Lens Change

A couple of weeks ago, we shared a video that showed a guy dropping his brand new $2,300 24-70mm f/2.8L lens as he demonstrates how to quickly swap your lenses out “just like the pros.” Some people thought it was real, some thought it was fake, but whatever the case it definitely WAS a big fat fail.

That is 100% not the case with the epic Sony ad above, which is titled simply “A7R,” but ought to be called “THIS is How You Change a Lens Like a Pro”… feel free to substitute “bada**” for “pro.” Read more…