Tag: sony camera

  1. DSC-RX10_right_bgwh Sony’s Cyber-shot RX10 Continues to Impress by Matt 04/09/2014

    Since its introduction last fall, Sony’s Cyber-shot RX10 camera has caught the eye of many tech reviewers, photographers and videographers with its awesome “all-in-one” versatility.  Pairing our acclaimed 1” image sensor with a 24-200mm F2.8 ZEISS zoom lens and a range of impressive movie capabilities, we can say with total confidence that there’s really nothing else like it in market […] Read More

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  2. RX10 Unboxing 13.0 PHOTO UNBOXING: RX10 by Katie 12/30/2013

    Didn’t get everything on your holiday wish list this season? No worries. We’ve got you covered. The RX10 camera with 1″ 20.2MP Exmor R® sensor and BIONZ® X processing engine is now available for purchase and we’ve unboxed it for you right here, right now.


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  3. Sony QX on Jimmy Kimmel Live by Kathleen 11/27/2013

    Did you guys tune in to Jimmy Kimmel Live last night? If not, check out the video below, where Cousin Sal shows off the power of the Sony QX lens-style camera to tourists on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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  4. qx10photoplusbanner The scoop on the Sony QX lens-style camera by Kathleen 10/25/2013

    Curious about the benefits of rocking a Sony QX lens-style camera that attaches to your smartphone? Sony Club member and photographer Vivienne Gucwa can fill you in, hit the play button!

    For more from Sony at Photo Plus, click here.

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  5. a71banner Sony A7 cameras: Get answers from acclaimed photographer Brian Smith by Kathleen 10/21/2013

    Hot off the heels of our A7 and A7R full frame camera announcements, we’ll be heading to Photo Plus this week to show off our new gear and will be joined by celebrity photographer Brian Smith. As a Sony Artisan, Brian reps Sony equipment and shares his expertise with photographers all over the world. Here’s a peek at his camera […] Read More

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  6. a71banner Your α7 and α7R Questions Answered- Updated by Gina 10/17/2013

    ***Dear Sony Blog readers, thank you so much for all the A7 questions! With so many awesome questions still coming through, we’re going to do a part 2 of this post. Stay tuned***

    The Internet has been abuzz with the news that Sony officially released their new Full Frame α7 and α7R cameras. Since the announcement, we’ve seen many questions […] Read More

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  7. cristina m bag What’s in my Camera Bag: Cristina Mittermeier by Kathleen 10/08/2013

    Sony Artisan Cristina Mittermeier is gearing up for a National Geographic assignment in Hawaii. Here’s a look at what she’s taking with her:

    1. Sony A99 X 2

    2. External Flash/Video light HVLF60M

    3. Nauticam NA-NEX7 Underwater Housing for Sony NEX-7 camera

    4. Sony 70-200mm

    5. Sony  70-400 mm

    6. Nauticam 7″ Acrylic Dome Port for Sony NEX […] Read More

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  8. jeff b bag What’s in my Camera Bag: Sony Artisan Jeff Berlin by Jeff Berlin 10/01/2013

    “What’s in my Camera Bag” is a blog series in which Sony Artisans of Imagery provide a closeup look of the photography equipment they use regularly. We’re kicking it off with celebrity and fashion photographer Jeff Berlin.  

    Since this photo features much of the camera and supporting equipment I recently took with me to shoot an indie feature film, […] Read More

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  9. bgbanner Boys and Girls Club of America photography contest winners recognized in San Diego, wow us with their photos by Kathleen 08/14/2013

    Last summer, we began a partnership with the Boys and Girls Clubs of America to share our love of photography with club participants. In addition to supplying 100 local clubs with the latest Sony camera gear, we also sponsor BGCA’s ImageMakers photography program and contest as well as the photo tech category of their Digital Arts Festival.

    The goal is […] Read More

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  10. goldenhourbanner New Sony Camera Club Flickr Challenge: Magic Hour by Kathleen 07/10/2013

    This month we celebrate “Magic Hour” – most commonly known as the first and last hour of sunlight during the day when you can make the simplest object look surprisingly stunning (at least we hope). Typically, lighting is softer and warmer in hue and shadows are almost non-existent. Doesn’t matter whether you are an experience d Sony camera user or […] Read More

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