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Sony DVD Walkman and Portable Cinema player

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-05-24 00:02:00
Sony DVD Walkman and Portable Cinema player : New DVD Walkman And A ‘Portable Cinema’ Expand Sony Visual Mobile Player RangeSony has created two new and utterly distinctive portable DVD players for enjoying the very best in entertainment on the go. Barely larger than a standard DVD case, the ultra-compact Sony D-VE7000S DVD Walkman is the ultimate go-anywhere player. The slimline tablet design is compact, lightweight and extremely stylish, which makes it equally comfortable in a business class lounge or a quiet corner of a beachfront bar. The Sony D-VE7000S is sold fully accessorised with headphones and a speaker cradle, and an optional car kit also makes it easy to entertain the kids during long road trips.


Sony Alpha unveiled

Mark Peters : 2006-05-15 22:07:00
Sony Alpha : Thanks to Kai Thon from DigIT we can inform you about Sony's latest hot digital imaging product; the Sony Alpha digital SLR camera. Toru Katsumoto, Senior General Manager of AMC Division, Digital Imaging Business Group of Sony Corporation made some interesting statements in the following interview that is published at the Sony website. "Ever since Sony and Konica Minolta began collaborating on a joint digital SLR camera project in July 2005, I have seen many similarities in our corporate cultures. Sony is renowned for its unceasing exploration of new avenues, while Konica Minolta has a long history of developing groundbreaking technologies, like the world's first auto-focus SLR camera and an exclusive anti-shake system."


Sony PictureStation DPP-FP55 photo printer

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-05-08 23:20:00
Sony PictureStation DPP-FP55 photo printer : For the thousands of photographers who take high quality photos, only to let them languish in cameras or PCs, Sony is introducing the ultra-compact PictureStation DPP-FP55 photo printer that are worthy of those precious memories and works of art. Designed for portability and quick set-up, the new PictureStation DPP-FP55 photo printer can easily be brought to parties, family reunions or any photo-worthy event to take, preview and print your photos on site. The bright, built-in 2-inch display allows you to do more than print. You can zoom, crop, eliminate red-eye and adjust color contrast - without a computer - to create pictures truly worth printing and sharing.


Sony PictureStation DPP-FP35 photo printer

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-05-08 23:15:00
Sony PictureStation DPP-FP55 photo printer : For the thousands of photographers who take high quality photos, only to let them languish in cameras or PCs, Sony is introducing the ultra-compact PictureStation DPP-FP35 photo printer that are worthy of those precious memories and works of art. For consumers who prefer to edit photos directly from their camera, Sony’s new DPP-FP35 photo printer, supports the PictBridge standard, so images can be viewed and printed directly from a Cyber-Shot or other PictBridge compatible digital camera. Connected via a USB cable, this PictureStation printer will also print digital photos from a personal computer. The Sony DPP-FP35 printer will be available in September for about $100.


Sony LocationFree wireless home entertainment

Mark Peters : 2006-05-08 15:31:00
Sony LocationFree wireless home entertainment : LocationFree is a completely new way of seeing TV. Instead of going to the television set, the TV comes to you by redirecting your local TV shows to wherever even if you don’t have a TV with you. Even when you’re not at home, LocationFree makes sure what used to be called ‘home’ entertainment stays with you. This revolutionary Sony innovation is the first of its kind to become available in the UK and Europe. With LocationFree, you can watch live TV, play back recorded programmes and even set up future recordings, all from a PC, laptop or PSP (PlayStation Portable) system. Built-in wireless technology gives you the freedom of your own home (and garden), and the Internet does the rest.


Sony spot for Handycam camcorders

Mark Peters : 2006-05-03 17:02:00
Sony spot for Handycam camcorders : Sony's newest spot from Bagby and Company made its network television debut last night, on ABC's "Desperate Housewives". The "Star" spot is one of the newest elements of an enduring multimedia campaign which began last year and has successfully stimulated consumer interest in Handycam camcorders by dramatizing the emotional benefits of advanced features on the Sony DVD-505. If you didn't catch it last night, be sure to look for it on CSI Miami tonight. Speaking to consumers aged 25 to 54 whose lives revolve around home and family, this latest work from Bagby and Company employs their signature storytelling technique to create a compelling Sony message.


Sony alpha SLR

Mark Peters : 2006-04-23 10:57:15
Sony alpha SLR : Sony has established a new brand name for its digital single lens reflex (D-SLR) cameras that will be launched worldwide this summer. Meaning "beginning" and "essential," the symbol a (pronounced alpha) embodies the spirit of Sony's approach to the Digital SLR market. Under this alpha sub-brand, Sony will produce a complete digital camera system of accessories and lenses to enhance the enjoyment of photography. The Sony a mount system of cameras, lenses and accessories will integrate advanced electromechanical technologies that are key to Digital SLR performance, the versatility of the well-established Maxxum lens mount system, and Sony's renown in imaging devices and technologies.


Sony HVR-A1U HDV 1080i camcorder

Mark Peters : 2006-04-22 09:01:00
Sony HVR-A1U HDV 1080i camcorder : A group of 12 mountain climbers recently set out on an ambitious project: reaching the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa at 19,340 feet and tallest freestanding mountain on earth. On one level, the challenge appealed to their adventurous spirits. But as cinematographers, the climb was an opportunity to make a documentary from a unique perspective, and the tool they chose was Sony's HVR-A1U HDV extremely compact and lightweight handy-type camcorder. "We were out hiking in Charlotte, it was a beautiful day and the topic of Kilimanjaro came up," said Heidi Dove, a creative producer and developmental director at Emulsion Arts, an independent production company in Charlotte, N.C.






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