Clarifying Sony Lens Mounts | What is the Difference Between NEX, E-Mount and A-mount?
A little look at Sony mounts more clearly.
Rumor: Full Frame Sony NEX Coming Next Month
According to the latest rumors as published by Photo Rumors we can finally expect (well, as much as you can expect anything based on a rumor) to see an announcement for the long rumored full frame Sony NEX mirrorless camera. The rumors about this camera have been around for quite a while but only recently has anything with any reliability been heard.
New Sony NEX-5T and 3 E Mount Lenses Images Leaked
The Sony NEX system has really established itself as one of the top mirrorless systems on the market, so it should be no surprise that Sony has another camera and some lenses coming down the pipe. Earlier today some images of the new NEX-5T and 3 new E-mount lenses leaked to the web.
Thoughts on Thom Hogan’s Where is the Value in Mirrorless?
In the camera world, it seems that the mirrorless revolution is inevitable. Or is it? Thom Hogan’s insightful article talks about why it’s going to take a bit longer. And it’s not just about technology.
Metabones Lens Adapter for Micro 4/3 & NEX Cameras Increases Max F-Stop & Widens Focal Length!
The new Metabones Speed Booster lens adapter for Sony E-Mount and Micro 4/3 cameras will make a full-frame lens gain 1-stop in max aperture, widen its focal length, and increase its MTF resolution. Amazing!
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!
Kipon Introduces Canon EF Lens Adapter for mu43 and NEX
NEX and micro 4/3 camera owners can now have the ability to use Canon EF and EF-S lenses with full electronic control