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Sony Officially Launches The Alpha 7C Camera, Zoom Lens, and HVL-F28RM Speedlight
Sony has launched the new A7C boasting it as The World’s Smallest and Lightest Full-frame Camera System with a price tag of just $1,798!
Samyang Launches A 35mm F1.8 AF Lens for Sony E-Mount
This prime lens provides mobility and convenience for shooting a wide range of subjects from everyday snapshots(indoor & outdoor), food photography, cityscapes, landscapes and more.
Sony ZV-1 Review | The Perfect Compact Vlogging Camera? Almost…
The Sony ZV-1 is the best compact vlogging camera around, though it’s not quite perfect, and some of the key differences might incline you to save up a little more for a Sony RX100-series camera instead.
Sony A5 (or A6) has IBIS, 4k60p, 5fps, And A Pop-Up EVF? (Rumor)
According to a new rumor from Sony Alpha Rumors, the new Sony A5 (or A6) will have some pretty interesting…
Registration Opens for Sony’s Digital “Kando Everywhere,” a Free Online Event for Content Creators
This morning, Sony has opened up registration for Kando Everywhere – a free online event where content creators can take classes and workshops, have online portfolio reviews, watch keynote presentations from SeaLegacy and Art of Visuals, and enter to win giveaways—including a Sony Alpha7S III camera!
Tamron Is One Of The Biggest Reasons To Choose Sony Full-Frame Mirrorless Right Now!
Tamron announces the development of a new telephoto zoom lens for Sony E-mount full-frame mirrorless cameras, the 70-300mm F/4.5-6.3 Di III RXD (Model A047). The lens is planned to launch in Fall 2020.
Sony A6600 Review | Almost Perfect, But Not Quite An “Affordable A9”
Sony’s top-end A6600 is a very attractive alternative to their full-frame system, for all types of photography…
Sony Partners With Associated Press To Become Exclusive Imaging Gear Provider For Their Photo & Video Journalists
The AP operates in more than 100 countries, and provides thousands of images and videos daily to news outlets across the globe. For the first time, the AP will be able to use the same equipment brand and models for video and still images, which will have a tremendous impact on the speed, quality and flexibility of these journalists.