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…]
Along with the upcoming Sony ILC-3000, the Sony NEX-5T has leaked out ahead of its official release later this week. The camera is expected to be a minor update to the popular NEX-5R. [click to continue…]
Sony’s new QX10 and QX100 smartphone lenses are rumored to be launching next week around August 27-29. Additionally, a new Sony NEX-5T (replacing the NEX-5R) and the Sony ILC-3000 are also rumored to be announced. [click to continue…]
Current Sony NEX-FS700
Sony has registered a new cinema camera with the Korean Radio Research Agency prior to its official launch. The NEX-FS700R is expected to launch in the coming days or weeks and will presumably be based around the NEX-FS700 – either a successor product or a sibling product. [click to continue…]
Rumored specs of the upcoming A77 successor, which will presumably carry the A79 badge suggest that it will sport a whopping 32MP APS-C sensor. Recall that prior rumors (which are still standing strong) pointed to an A-mount camera that eschewed the current translucent mirror technology in favor of a full-on mirrorless design. [click to continue…]
Want to take better photos with your smartphone? How about getting a better camera?
If this allegedly leaked image of a Sony lens attaching to a Xperia smartphone is the real deal, then that’s what Sony has in mind. Take a lens with a built-in sensor, battery, memory, etc. (basically a full-on camera packed into a lens) and make it mountable to your smartphone. Then, you use your camera app on your phone to control the “lens” and wirelessly transfer images to your phone’s camera roll. [click to continue…]