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Sony Alpha camera prototype

Ilse Jurriën : 2010-09-21 17:00:00
Sony A-mount camera prototype : Sony showcases the unique creative possibilities of its full digital imaging line-up at Photokina. Highlights on the Sony stand include latest additions to the α (pronounced ‘Alpha’) range of interchangeable lens digital cameras, Sony CyberShot compact cameras, Handycam HD camcorders, Bloggie Mobile HD snap cameras and S-Frame digital photo frames.


Sony bloggie Touch

Ilse Jurriën : 2010-09-07 22:15:00
Sony bloggie Touch video camera : Sony’s new Bloggie Touch enhances the pocket video camera category by making it even easier to preserve and upload life’s spontaneous moments. The Sony Bloggie Touch (MHS-TS20 and MHS-TS10) captures full 1920x1080p high definition MP4 video and 12.8-megapixel photos on 8GB or 4GB of embedded memory, respectively, offering approximately four hours of HD movie recording. Its sleek, stylish body sports a three-inch diagonal capacitive touch screen enabling intuitive operation as well as attractive shooting and playback options. Available in silver or black, the Sony MHS-TS20 and Sony MHS-TS10 will be available in October for about $200 and $180 respectively.


Sony Alpha 33 photo gallery

Dennis Hissink : 2010-08-25 17:00:17
Sony Alpha 33 photo gallery : The last couple of years as a camera manufacturer Sony developed itself remarkable. In the early days we could choose out of a series of Cybershot cameras and a handful of Alpha DSLR cameras, but today Sony offers a rather extensive range of camera packed with the latest innovative techniques. It was only recently that Sony introduced its own version of a system camera, the NEX and only a few months later we witness the introduction of a new type of Alpha camera, the Sony Alpha 33. The Sony A33 is an interesting interchangeable lens camera. First there is the Translucent Mirror technology offering new possibilities like continues live preview of action and video clips.


Sony A55 review

Ilse Jurriën : 2010-08-24 10:30:00
Sony Alpha 55 review : Sony is actually just a rookie in terms of DSLR cameras. Although they have vast experience, surging from their take-over of Konica Minolta, it was only a few years ago that the first Sony Alpha camera was brought out onto the market. With the introduction of the Sony Alpha 55, Sony seems to be making progress in leaps and bounds. The camera distinguishes itself from the competition with innovative techniques and different features with which Sony proves itself as a DSLR manufacturer. The Sony A55 is the first Alpha camera that is based on the so-called Translucent Mirror technique. This is in fact an old technique, modernized and given a facelift.


Sony A580 review

Ilse Jurriën : 2010-08-24 10:20:00
Sony Alpha 580 review : There is an interesting development occurring in the Sony camera division. While last year we could only choose between Cybershot and Alpha DSLR cameras, the choices have been significantly extended with only two new types of cameras. First of all, of course the very compact NEX system cameras that are very quickly becoming a sales hit. Secondly, the Sony Alpha 55 and A33 cameras with Translucent Mirror technology, a new type of camera with interchangeable lens, but now with an electronic viewfinder and translucent, fixed mirror. In fact, it is no longer a real ‘reflex’. With the introduction of the Sony Alpha 580, the traditional DSLR is equipped with the most recent technology.


Sony Alpha 55 photo gallery

Dennis Hissink : 2010-08-24 08:30:00
Sony Alpha 55 photo gallery : Prior to the Press event where Sony introduced their latest series of Alpha cameras I was able to shoot with the new Sony Alpha 55 camera. The Sony A55 is of most interest to us as this Alpha camera is packed with features that are the most recent and innovative ones. It happens that the Sony Alpha 55 is the first Alpha camera with Translucent Mirror technology. Such a technique gives the engineers great advantages like real-time video image preview via the electronic viewfinder or via the high resolution 3-inch display - in contrast with DSLR cameras where the raised mirror prevents light from reaching the optical viewfinder during video shooting.


Sony Alpha 580 photo gallery

Dennis Hissink : 2010-08-24 08:20:00
Sony Alpha 580 photo gallery : The new Sony Alpha 580 is equipped with a newly developed 16.2 Megapixel Exmor APS HD CMOS censor, offers up to 7fps shooting, and Auto HDR - a feature which enables a photographer to capture shots that normally are only possible after post processing. Sony targets the A580 at photographers who wants to become better than the average compact shooter and search for new creative expressions, but are still looking for user-friendliness and easy-of-use. Another highlight is the integration of video into the series of Sony Alpha cameras. For a camcorder specialist it took them quite a while, but according to Sony there was enough reason to act in such.


Sony Alpha 560 photo gallery

Dennis Hissink : 2010-08-24 08:10:00
Sony Alpha 560 photo gallery : Although the Sony Alpha 560 is introduced in August, just before the IFA and Photokina, both held in Germany, we receive new info that the Sony A560 will be available in the first quarter of 2011. The Sony DSLR-A560 is equipped with an Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor with 14.2 effective Megapixels. For Sony standards this is a basic resolution for DSLR cameras, but sufficient for post processing. Together with the latest iteration of Sony’s powerful BIONZ imaging processor, it supports high-speed continuous shooting plus a sophisticated range of digital image compositing and processing functions. This gives even greater artistic possibilities to beginners and photo enthusiasts alike.






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