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Sony 16GB CompactFlash card

Mark Peters : 2008-12-08 10:55:03
Sony 16 GB CompactFlash memory card : Sony Recording Energy & Media (RME) has launched its highest capacity 300x CompactFlash memory card to date. The new Sony memory card offers a substantial 16GB of storage and the speed necessary to meet the requirements of the most demanding photographer. The Sony Compact Flash memory card supports UDMA (ultra direct memory access), allowing it to achieve data transfer rates of 45MB/second during write operation. This makes it the perfect partner for UDMA-enabled cameras such as Sony’s α DSLR range, letting you to record more frames per second in continuous shooting mode.


Sony Alpha underwater housing review

Mark Peters : 2008-12-07 00:30:00
Sony DSLR-A350 housing test : The Sony Alpha 350, put in the market by Sony, is a digital reflex camera for the advanced photographer. Professionals will probably find the speed of 2.5 frames per second too slow. However, underwater photography does not require extreme speed since you nearly always make use of flashes and you also have to wait for the flash batteries to recharge before the next shot is enabled. Sony uses Carl Zeiss lenses for the Sony Alpha 350. The Sony Alpha SLR camera is light with its 582 grams, as well as compact and has a pleasant hand-fit. The CCD sensor offers 14.2 effective megapixels. Pictures can be stored in RAW, JPEG as well as RAW + JPEG.


Sony Christmas gifts

Mark Peters : 2008-12-03 21:30:00
Sony Electronics Christmas pick : Entertainment for the whole family this Christmas with Sony consumer electronics. This Sony Christmas pick a present from the full range of Sony products and let friends and family enjoy the ultimate home entertainment experience. We know how it can be tough to find the perfect Christmas presents - you seem to spend hours searching but never quite find exactly what you wanted. But this year, Sony comes to the rescue with a fabulous selection of gift ideas - all designed to give you the ultimate home entertainment experience, whether you’re a music lover, film fan, computer buff, or photo enthusiast.


12 Megapixel camera phone image sensor

Mark Peters : 2008-11-18 20:34:05
New Sony Exmor image sensors : Sony announced the commercialization of "Sony IMX060PQ", a new type 1/2.5 CMOS image sensor "Exmor" for use in camera enabled mobile phones that leverages Sony's proprietary formation technology to realize the industry's smallest unit cell size (1.4µm), and the industry's highest pixel count (12.25 effective megapixel resolution). The "Sony IMX060PQ" is designed to meet the increasing need for advanced image quality within mobile phone enabled cameras. Sony also announced the launch of "IMX046PQ", a type 1/3.2 CMOS image sensor "Exmor" with 8.11 effective megapixel, and "IMX045PQ", a type 1/4 "Exmor" CMOS image sensor featuring 5.15 effective megapixel resolution.


Sony A900 review

Dennis Hissink : 2008-11-13 11:15:00
Sony A900 SLR review : Although being the only model in the DSLR assortment of Sony, the Alpha 100 was an amazing success. Simply ruling out all prejudice which sprung mainly from the more traditional world of photography. The consumer was 'ready' for a Sony digital SLR camera and its successor in 2007, the Alpha 700, that was introduced as a middle segment DSLR camera. Six months later, Sony launched a threesome new Alpha DSLR cameras (Alpha 200/300/350) with which Sony was able to deliver an entirely new line of Alpha cameras. Only one DSLR was missing in the line-up; the Sony A900, a high resolution DSLR camera that would establish Sony as a serious DSLR manufacturer belonging to the top 3 ranking. Read our full Sony A900 review.


Sony SLR cameras at Photokina

Ilse Jurriën : 2008-10-03 10:30:00
Sony digital SLR cameras at Photokina 2008 : If we speak of a manufacturer that is growing fast and conquering a large market share with a lot of marketing force, it has to be Sony playing the main role. In 2006 Sony launched its first DSLR under the own brand name; the Sony Alpha 100. One year later, the Sony Alpha 700 arrived, a camera for the middle segment. 2008 was a great break-through with no less than three new DSLR models, notably the A200, A300 and A350. During the PMA, at the beginning of 2008, Sony stirred up the fire by unveiling some information about the CMOS image sensor that was going to be used. The message was clear; with 24.6 Megapixels on a full frame sensor, 2008 should also be the year for Sony to launch a DSLR in the high end segment. And thus, the Sony DSLR-A900 was born.


Sony A900 photo gallery

Dennis Hissink : 2008-09-22 20:00:00
Sony Alpha 900 photo gallery : After attending the press event in Edinburgh where Sony introduced their long-awaited Alpha flagship I had some time to enter the highlands and shoot with the new Sony Alpha 900 camera. The new Sony DSLR-A900 24.6 Megapixel DSLR camera is the first full format high resolution model of Sony’s Alpha line-up. The Sony A900 sets a new benchmark, not only because it features the industry’s first ever 24.6 effective megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor, but the Sony A900 forces also a price breakthrough. In the Netherlands Sony will tag its flagship with a price of Euro 2999 for the body, and that is including VAT. As soon as a test sample is available we will publish a full Sony Alpha 900 review.


EISA Awards for Sony

Ilse Jurriën : 2008-09-22 09:47:00
Sony wins five EISA Awards : Once again, Sony has won recognition for innovation and excellence from the European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA). The EISA judging panel has made no fewer than five awards for 2008 - 2009, across categories as diverse as Home Theatre, in-car entertainment and High Definition camcorders. EISA Awards 2008 – 2009 have been given for the following products: European HD Flash Camcorder (HDR-TG3); European Home Theatre Receiver (STR-DA5400ES); European Camera (α350); European Lens (70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 G SSM); European In-Car AV Head Unit (XAVW1).






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