Sony A7R-2

Sony is rumored to be launched a new A7s mirrorless camera this Sunday at its NAB 2014 press conference, which kicks off at 5pm EDT. The camera is believed to feature the same body and design as the current A7 and A7R cameras.

The big new feature the A7s adds, however, is 4K video capture. [click to continue…]


Canon PowerShot G16

The Canon Powershot G16 is rumored to get a refresh in May 2014, which is a rather short life for a camera just announced in August 2013. That said, the G16 was a minor upgrade to the G15.

If an upgrade for the G16 is coming this quickly, it should be something significant. And, if there is truth to the rumored specs, it will be. Check them out below. [click to continue…]


Sony A5000 Now In Stock

by on March 30, 2014

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Sony A5000

The new Sony A5000 mirrorless camera is now in stock with free shipping at B&H. The 20.1MP camera ships with the 16-50mm OSS zoom lens for $498. Check it out here at B&H Photo.


Sony RX1 Full Frame Sensor

Sony has been shaking up the digital imaging market since it came on board in 2006 with the A100. It released a pair of hits last year with its A7 series and totally shook up the mirrorless camera market again. [click to continue…]



B&H has the Sony NEX-5R for $348 (compare at $405). The deal includes a free Ruggard camera bag. Check it out here at B&H Photo.


Sony A7 & A7R Review

by on March 25, 2014

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Sony A7R-4

The Sony E-mount system has matured over the past few years and Sony has chosen to retire the NEX branding and consolidate all of its interchangeable lens cameras under the Alpha brand name with a designation only of whether they are A-mount or E-mount cameras.

The A-mount cameras are more traditional DSLR cameras, currently comprised of cameras using Sony translucent mirror technology. The E-mount cameras are mirrorless cameras and are a generally more compact design.

The Sony A7R and A7 mirrorless cameras are the culmination of the NEX system, which brought about the E-mount. With the new A7 line we finally have affordable, full frame cameras. [click to continue…]