Posts Tagged ‘sony’

Sony NEX Full-Frame Rumor Roundup

Sony's upcoming full-frame mirrorless camera is said to resemble the current NEX 7

Now that we’re a few days into October, it’s time to start getting ready for some serious camera announcement mania. And, if your comments are to be trusted, the camera that will make the biggest splash will be Sony’s NEX full-frame (or rather full-frames). So here’s a rumor roundup that brings together everything we know so far. Read more…

Project One: One Hour, One Camera, One Setting, One Dollar Per Person

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While on a half vacation, half business trip to the Philippines, photographer Dennis Sapong decided to spend one free hour at the local public market and do some street portrait photography. That hour-long session turned into Project One: a set of photos, each of which was taken with one setting, edited using one preset, and cost him one dollar. 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…

Sony Officially Debuts Two Revolutionary Lens-Style Cameras for your Smartphone

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Earlier today, after weeks worth of rumors and leaks, Sony finally announced the ‘lens cameras’ we had heard so much about. No need to parse through rumors and speculate about what’s truth and what’s fiction, the company’s QX100 and QX10 smartphone-attachable lens-style cameras are officially here. Read more…

Sony Lens Cameras Outed Again in New Leaked Promotional Video

It’s no secret that Sony will soon be announcing its new QX10 and QX100 lens cameras, which can be paired with Sony smartphones to form a serious — and seriously flexible — compact camera. A large set of product photos leaked yesterday, and now a promotion video of the lens cameras has leaked as well.

The video above is a short 1:39 ad that offers a peek at how the novel lenses will work and what features they’ll pack.
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Whole Set of Sony Lens Camera Photos Leak 24 Hours Ahead of Schedule

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Less than 24 hours before we’re supposed to officially hear from Sony about the company’s upcoming SmartShot lens cameras, a whole set of press images showing both models from every angle have leaked online. Read more…

Rumor: Sony to Launch ‘Extraordinary’ E-Mount Camera with a Moving Sensor

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No doubt there are both Sony fans and detractors reading this right now. But if there’s one thing even the detractors can’t say about Sony at the moment, it’s that the company isn’t innovating.

Sony’s upcoming lens cameras (SmartShots?) are so out there CNET didn’t even believe they were real, the rumored full-frame NEX camera has the mirrorless crowd abuzz, and now, it seems the company has yet another “extraordinary” invention on the way. Read more…

More Sony Lens Cam Photos and Details Leaked, Announcement on Tuesday

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It looks like we don’t have much longer to wait until the QX10 and QX100 Sony ‘lens cameras’ actually make their official debut. And just in time for the rumored announcement on Tuesday, we’ve got ourselves some more specs and photos of the groundbreaking system to share with you. Read more…

Sony Debuts the NFC and Wi-Fi-Capable NEX-5T and Three New E-Mount Lenses

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After weeks of speculation and leaks, Sony has seen fit to officially announce both its Alpha 3000 DSLR-style E-Mount camera as well as the rumored NEX-5T and three new E-Mount lenses. For details on the first of those, click here. As for the NEX-5T and the new lenses, it looks like the rumors were spot on. Read more…

Sony Officially Unveils the A3000 DSLR-Style E-Mount Camera

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In addition to a few rumored specs that have been thrown around, we’ve actually seen pictures of the new Sony Alpha 3000 camera taken both in the studio and out in the real world. But tonight the rumored camera became an official announcement when Sony unveiled the DSLR-style E-Mount camera to the world. Read more…