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Sony Alpha Tech is going to be implemented in Sonys Smartphone cameras

Sony sstruggling smartphone division has made two crucial decisions: They entered a partnership with Light to create Smartphone cameras with very high quality photocameras Tech from the Sony Alpha division is from now on going ot be used on those phones The new Xperia 1 is the first smartphone having EyeAf and built-in Luts: In […] The post Sony Alpha Tech is going to be implemented in Sony’s Smartphone cameras appeared first on sonyalpharumors. sonyalpharumors.com

2019-3-21 18:40

6 Sharp Prime Lenses For Sony E Mount Cameras Under $600

Sony has done an outstanding job with their APS-C camera line up. The old Sony NEX system really started changing people's view about crop sensor cameras. The release of the a6000, a6300, and the a6500 and all of the new technology they brought to the supposedly 'non-pro' APS-C camera world continued to push boundaries and made them firm favorites with photographers all over the world. thephoblographer.com

2019-2-21 02:00

4 Years Later, Samsungs NX500 is Still DXOMarks #2 APS-C Camera

When it comes to APS-C cameras things 'seem' to be going rather well. Newer APS-C cameras like the Sony a6400, and Fujifilm's X-T3 are doing things that photographers never thought APS-C cameras would be able to do, but after four years, the Samsung NX500 still occupies the number two spot on DXOMark's list of best performing (from an image quality stand point) APS-C cameras. thephoblographer.com

2019-2-10 08:00

Video: A look at the gear and tech used for crash test photography

The nonprofit U. S. organization Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) published a video that gives viewers a brief look behind-the-scenes at its vehicle crash test photography. During the five minute video, which was published in 2015, IIHS VP of Media Operations and Production Pini Kalnite walks viewers through how the organization produces its high-quality crash footage and images, including everything from its custom-built lighting array to its high-speed cameras. dpreview.com

2019-2-1 22:37

The Top 10 Cameras for Photographers Ranked by DXO Mark (1/2019)

The camera market is a minefield these days due to the sheer number of quality choices we have from manufacturers. Everyone on the web has their opinions about different camera bodies and what they can do, but if you want to make your next purchase based solely off of overall sensor performance, the top 10 cameras according to DXO Mark that are listed below are the ones you should check out. thephoblographer.com

2019-1-31 23:00

3 Full Frame Cameras Around $1,000 to Step up to From APS-C

Full Frame cameras can be quite expensive to purchase, and that's one of the main reasons why a lot of first time buyers opt to go with a DSLR or Mirrorless camera that has an APS-C sensor. There's absolutely nothing wrong with that at all as there are some fine APS-C cameras on the market, but there are some Full Frame gems out there that cost right around $1,000 that will beat most APS-C offerings when it comes to overall image quality, and low light performance. thephoblographer.com

2019-1-24 02:00

Press text: New Imaging Edge Software Enhances Mobile Connectivity and Expands the Creative Capabilities of Sony Cameras

In case you missed this here is the full press release for the newly announced Imagin Edge APP and desktop updates: New Imaging Edge Software Enhances Mobile Connectivity and Expands the Creative Capabilities of Sony Cameras Sony today announced the release of a new Imaging Edge mobile application plus several updates to the Remote, Viewer […] The post Press text: New Imaging Edge Software Enhances Mobile Connectivity and Expands the Creative Capabilities of Sony Cameras appeared first on sonyalpharumors. sonyalpharumors.com

2019-1-19 13:53

Vello LW-500 Extend

Camera gear company Vello has announced its new LW-500 Extend for remote camera control. The new controller supports select Canon and Nikon, as well as most Sony cameras, making it possible to wirelessly control them using a Windows, Mac, Android or iOS device from as far away as 60m / 197ft. dpreview.com

2019-1-11 21:23