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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 Cyber-Shot review

Dennis Hissink : 2010-06-28 15:15:00
Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-HX5 review : Although its appearance doesn’t betray it, the Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-HX5 is unique in its kind. In the first place, the Sony HX5 distinguishes itself with its image sensor. While 99% of compact cameras are equipped with a standard CCD sensor, the Sony DSC-HX5 is equipped with a so-called back-illuminated CMOS sensor. Additionally, this compact camera has a 10x optical zoom lens with a 25m wide angle, optical SteadyShot, AVCHD Full HD video (1920x1080 pixels) and the impressively performing Sweep Panorama function.

• Read our full Sony CyberShot DSC-HX5 review.


Sony NEX review

Dennis Hissink : 2010-05-31 00:10:00
Sony NEX-5 system camera review : Following Panasonic, Olympus and Samsung, Sony has also joined the road of the small system cameras. The interest in such compact camera systems is big, but strangely enough, the answer to this success was a long time coming by big names such as Canon, Nikon and Sony. We had to wait until the start of this year, when Sony showed the press a prototype camera, and then we knew that also Sony had joined the party. The expectations of what Sony was to produce were also big; in any case, it had to make us forget about the previous small camera systems.

• Read our full Sony NEX review.


Sony CyberShot review

Mark Peters : 2010-05-17 18:20:00
Sony CyberShot DSC-HX5 photo gallery : The Sony CyberShot HX5 is a small digital camera equipped with the newest technologies that the current Sony Cybershot generation cameras have. The Sony CyberShot DSC-HX5 is equipped with GPS and compass functionality, a feature that we strangely enough see only rarely in a digital camera. This is already a standard specification in modern smartphones, but digital SLR and compact cameras have yet to discover GPS. There are some glitches to it, such as interference in the LCD display and the image sensor, and those are components that you obviously really need. Sony has managed to avoid these impediments, making the Sony Cybershot DSC-HX5 digital camera pretty unique.


Sony NEX-5 review

Dennis Hissink : 2010-05-12 10:10:00
Sony NEX-5 review : Since the introduction of the Micro Four Thirds System, changes have been taking place on the DSLR market. A couple of manufacturers, Olympus and Panasonic, have set out a new course, which has obviously become a hit with the consumers. There is a lot of enthusiasm for Micro Four Thirds, causing others to also assign their R&D department to create a similar concept. Including Sony, who has been making headway since 2006 with their Alpha DSLR system, also sees a future in the small format system camera. During the European launch in Croatia, we were witness to Sony’s answer to the Micro Four Thirds System. The introduction of the Sony NEX-5 and Sony NEX-3 Alpha is now a fact.






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