Compact System Camera Features 16.1 MP APS-C Sensor, Fast Hybrid AF, OLED Viewfinder, Enhanced Control, Expandability and Wi-Fi® Capabilities
SAN DIEGO, Sept 12, 2012 – With a brand new, sleek design and enhanced control capabilities, the new Sony NEX-6 camera packs all the imaging power, shooting responsiveness, handling and operability of a DSLR into a pocket-sized mirrorless camera.
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Just when you thought the NEX line was complete, here comes the NEX-6. Happily nestled between the NEX-5R and the NEX-7, the NEX-6 has the DSLR features you love like a 16.1 megapixel APS-C sensor, up to 25600 ISO, and a built-in OLED viewfinder but still keeps its compact size with the addition of the new retractable power zoom 16-50mm […] Read MoreRead More
New Compact System Camera Introduces Fast Hybrid AF and Downloadable PlayMemories Camera Apps™
SAN DIEGO, August 29, 2012 – Combining a stylish, lightweight design and the freedom of interchangeable lenses with large-sensor image quality, speedy AF and the introduction of Wi-Fi capability, the new Sony α NEX-5R compact system camera offers all the benefits of DSLR-style imaging in a […] Read MoreRead More
It’s all about IFA 2012 and SGNL by Sony got an exclusive sneak preview at the new NEX-5R Digital Camera. A successor to the NEX-5N, this new camera introduces a fast hybrid AF, is Wi-Fi enabled and also has the ability to download cool new apps for your camera. Anthony is on set with Kenta from the product team to […] Read MoreRead More
World, meet the Cyber-shot® RX100. While this new camera is small, trust me – it isn’t your Mother’s point-and-shoot.
The RX100 contains the world’s first 1.0 inch type Exmor® CMOS Sensor with a resolution of 20.2 effective megapixels. This sensor, 4 times larger than the ones in your traditional compact cameras, takes in more light during content capture and that, […] Read MoreRead More
Like a lot of you out there, I’m a pretty avid hobbyist photographer. And like a lot of hobbyists, I’m self-taught. Picking up tips here and there from blogs, friends, and Flickr, I’m always wondering if there isn’t a better technique – some simple techniques I’m missing that the pros all know.
Enter Adam Dean, the recipient of this year’s […] Read MoreRead More