Posts Tagged ‘Sony’


2013 Sony World Photography Awards Shortlists Announced

 •  February 5

© Meaghan Ogilvie, Canada, Shortlist, Fashion & Beauty, Professional Competition, 2013 Sony World Photography Awards. The World Photography...

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CES — Sony Adds Five Cyber-shots

 •  January 13

Sony’s refreshed Cyber-shots cover a lot of bases. These new models all record HD video (resolution varies with model) and include Sony’s optical...

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Sony World Photography Awards 2013

 •  December 4

© Wong Yu Liang, Malaysia, Open entry, People, 2013 Sony World Photography Awards The World Photography Organisation (WPO) has announced the...

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Test Review: SLT-A99

 •  November 16

The SLT-A99 is Sony’s first camera that uses the SLT system with a fixed translucent mirror and a full-frame sensor (35 mm film equivalent...

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Test Review: The Sony a57

 •  June 6

The Sony A57 is an SLR digital camera based on Sony’s SLT system (semi-translucent mirror) with 16 MP resolution. It allows recording of high...

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Imaging Products Review: Additional Products

 •  March 27

[Ed. Note: Peter Burian’s “Imaging Products Review” in the current April/May Photo Life presents a selection of new products revealed at the...

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Sony Announces a35

 •  June 14

Sony has introduced its third SLR using translucent mirror technology. The a35 is scheduled for August. With an SRP of $750 with kit lens, it is...

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Sony’s Bigger, Smaller NEX-C3

 •  June 8

On the outside, Sony’s NEX-C3 is even smaller than last year’s tiny NEX-3. On the inside, however, Sony has pumped the resolution of the Exmor...

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Sony a55 SLT Part 1

 •  December 20

Sony’s a55 SLT offers three important benefits of a single lens reflex design: interchangeable lenses, spritely phase-detection autofocus and a...

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How effective is an image stabilizer?

 •  December 1

"Is a tripod really necessary for a 70-200 mm zoom lens? One friend says yes and another claims that an image stabilizer makes a tripod unnecessary....

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