Sony recently unveiled its new Cyber-shot HX300 with a massive 50x zoom lens (24-1200mm equivalent). The camera features a 20.4MP Exmor R CMOS sensor and a 3-inch 921k-dot resolution LCD that tilts.
As you would expect on a camera with such a long reach, the HX300 provides optical stabilization. Additionally, the camera can capture 1080p HD video with stereo sound and can capture still images at 10fps. [click to continue…]
Alongside the new A58, Sony also unveiled a trio of new lenses two of which are pro-level and one is a revised kit lens for entry-level cameras like the A58. [click to continue…]
The Sony A58 and NEX-3N were announced last week in Europe. Sony took the wraps off these new cameras today in the US.
The Sony A58 with an 18-55mm kit lens is priced at $598 and should be available in April. It is available for pre-order here at B&H Photo.
The NEX-3N with an 18-55mm kit lens is priced at $498 and should also be available in April. The NEX-3N is available fore pre-order here at B&H Photo (it’s also available in white).
With the new Sony NEX-3N and A58 officially out of the gate, it looks like the next Sony camera due for replacement is the popular mirrorless flagship – the NEX-7. [click to continue…]
Sony has unveiled the new Alpha α58, which features a 20.1MP APS CMOS sensor that can also capture full 1080/24p HD video. The α58 serves as a successor to the Sony α57. Like other Sony Alpha SLT models, the α58 offers a built-in image stabilization system at the sensor level and, of course, Sony’s translucent mirror technology, which aids in the rapid 8fps shooting the α58 delivers. [click to continue…]
After plenty of leaks on the matter, Sony has finally taken official wraps off of the NEX-3N mirrorless camera. The NEX-3N succeeds the NEX-F3 at the low end of Sony’s mirrorless line-up. [click to continue…]