Sony has unveiled its latest edition of the RX100 compact cameras with the Cyber-shot RX100 IV. The new pocket camera features a familiar 20MP 1-inch sensor, albeit this time as the first stack CMOS sensor of the product family along with an attached DRAM memory chip for faster processing speeds. [Read more…]
B&H has several good deals on Sony E-mount cameras this week, including the new A7II, which is $1798 (reg. $1998) with the 28-70mm OSS lens.
The A7II (body only) is $1498 (reg. $1698). And, if you want to step back to the first generation, the original Sony A7 is down to $998 (reg. $1298), which makes it the cheapest retail price for a full frame camera to date.
The 36MP Sony A7R is now $1898 (reg. $2298) with 4% rewards and includes a free Sony leather jacket case.
The Sony NEX-7 kit can be had for just $498 (was $1248).
B&H has the Sony 64GB UHS-I Speed Class SDXC card for $27.50 (reg. $38.30) through April 29 (tomorrow). The Speed Class 3 rating means that it is capable of recording 4K video in current cameras like the Panasonic GH4 that record on-board 4K video. You can learn more about Speed Class ratings and other SD card specs in this article – Demystifying SD Cards.
Additionally, several other Sony memory cards are on sale right now. Check them all out here at B&H Photo.