Sony has confirmed that future mirrorless cameras and DSLR-style cameras will be branded under the Alpha name, and that there will no longer be any other “NEX” cameras. (see the 3:10 mark in the video from Sony below) [click to continue…]
After the recent introduction of the Sony A3000 (an E-mount camera), I have been wondering whether or not Sony would move exclusively to the E-mount and leave the legacy A-mount system in the past. If statements attributed to Sony UK’s head of digital imaging, Frederik Lange, are accurate, then Sony plans to keep on making A-mount cameras. [click to continue…]
Sony is due to officially announce the ILC-3000 (aka A3000) this week, which explains why were are not starting to see images of the camera leak out. The ILC-3000 is expected to sport a 20MP APS-C sensor and feature Sony’s E-mount instead of the A-mount found in earlier DSLR-styled Alpha cameras. [click to continue…]
B&H has a couple of deals on the Sony VG900 full frame camcorder that include a nice kit of extra gear. The additional gear options include a Sony 28-75mm f/2.8 lens, Sigma 50mm f/1.4 lens and 64GB SDXC card – or a Sony XLR-K1M adapter and mic kit, a Sigma 50mm f/1.4 lens and 64GB SDXC card. Check them both out here at B&H Photo.
If the Hasselblad Lunar wasn’t the right fit for you, then maybe a new Hasselblad DSLR using the Sony Alpha A-mount will hit the mark…
Yes, I’m being a little facetious; however, I’m serious about the Hasseblad DSLR that appears to be coming later this year. [click to continue…]
The rumors have been out there for a while – Sony is done with the Translucent Mirror Technology and going full mirrorless in its Alpha A-mount cameras. As impressive as the Sony A77 and A99 have been, they may very well be a dying breed in the Sony Alpha lineup. A recently published patent application seems to offer solid support for these rumors as well. [click to continue…]