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Sony A7S III Official Announcement July 28 | Will This Be Their Flagship Stills & Video Camera?
The long-awaited Sony A7S III will finally be here in 12 days. Are you excited, or are you going to wait for a Sony A7 IV instead?
Sony A9 II Review | Staying One Generation Ahead Of The Competition!
Sony is into its second generation of flagship action sports cameras, while the competition is still struggling to deliver their first generation. But, is the A9 II worth $4500?
Rokinon AF 45mm f/1.8 FE Review | More Than Just Another Average “Nifty Fifty” Lens?
Rokinon shows us what a “nifty fifty” is all about with their tiny, ultralight standard prime lens. However, the competition is already very strong!
New Sigma 100-400mm FE Might Be Coming Soon for Sony Mirrorless (Rumor) – Update
According to a new rumor from Sony Alpha Rumors, Sigma is working on a 100-400mm FE for Sony E-mount cameras. It will apparently cost around $1000, and be lighter and smaller than the Sony 100-400.
Sony Rumored To Release a 12-24mm f/2.8 GM Lens Later This Month
Another post from Nokishita today seems to confirm the rumor that Sony will be officially announcing a 12-24mm f/2.8 GM…
Sony Officially Announces the ZV-1 Vlog Camera – Available In June
Sony is putting the rumor mill to rest by officially announcing the ZV-1 Camera – A lightweight, compact “all-in-one” style solution. Designed from the ground up for content creators and vloggers, the ZV-1 combines easy-to-use features with uncompromising imaging technology, making this the perfect tool for any content creator at all skill levels.
Sony A7R IV Review: More Megapixels, Better Autofocus, …Anything Else?
In this review, we’ll dive into why you may decide to stick with the A7R III, (or wait for Sony A7 IV rumors to start popping up) …OR, why you might want to consider this new megapixel champion.
Sony’s New Patent Filing Hints At A New “Light Field” Lens That Lets You Choose Focus After The Shot
A new patent filing from Sony hints at a Light Field lens system capable of letting you shoot first, and choose your focus/depth of field later!