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There’s Zeiss Lenses & Sony/Zeiss Lenses, So What’s The Difference?
Zeiss is known for amazing optics and Sony for amazing electronics, their union has proved a huge success in photography but here are how the pure Zeiss lenses differ from the Sony/Zeiss lenses.
Sony Alpha A7RII: Initial Thoughts From The Sony Press Event
Sony put the photography community in a tizzy yesterday when they announced three amazing cameras: the A7RII, RX100IV, and the RX10II. I was fortunate to have been invited to attend the event and had the opportunity to test out the highly anticipate A7RII. Here are my initial thoughts.
Sony A7II Mirrorless Camera: Unboxing & A Quick Look at the SteadyShot
On December 11th, 2014, Sony finally released their latest mirrorless camera – the Sony A7 Mark II. Thanks to my friends over at Adorama, I was able to pick up a kit on the release date and shoot this quick unboxing video to show you all that’s included.
Sony’s New Release Is A Zeiss 16-35mm F4 For The A7 & It’s Flying Off ‘Shelves’
Sony has released a Zeiss 16-35mm F4 FE lens for the A7 series, essentially completing a nice stable of zooms. This one is ready for pre-order and it seems the world is buying.
Extensive Hands-On Field Review of the Sony A99
In this extensive hands-on review, I take a look at the Sony A99 full-frame DSLT camera. It is a very competitive, full-featured camera that has the sensor performance, noise control, color rendition, and more. This is the strongest camera yet from Sony.
Sony on the Offensive: Releases Flagship A99 Full Frame DSLT
Sony has released their flagship full-frame camera, the Sony A99 DSLT (Digital Single Lens Translucent). More than just an incremental upgrade, the new A99 is a huge update for Sony’s Alpha line. So is this technological marvel have what it takes to compete with the other full-frame offerings from Canon and Nikon?
Sony to Develop Full Frame NEX Camera!
It is only inevitable that the next revolution in MILC (Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens Camera) will be a full-frame mirrorless camera, or at least one that doesn’t have the brand Leica attached to it. There is a good chance that the full-frame sensor will be a variant of the Sony-derived Nikon D800 sensor. If this last speculation is going to be true, then the full-frame NEX should be a very strong contender in the semi-pro market. Stay tuned for more news!