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September 26, 2015
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Sony Tidbits…


Size Comparison: Sony FE 28mm f2 with SEL075UWC 21mm Ultra Wide Converter

Sony RX100 IV – Slow Motion London (Nicholas Goodden).
Solving Exposure Problems Using Colorchecker: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace (Adorama Learning Center).
7 Extra Features Sony Cameras Can Do Through Apps (ThePhoBlographer).
New Recsea Housing for Sony RX100 IV (Divephotoguide).
135mm for A7ii (SonyAlphaForum).

Joshua Crater‎:A7Rii Day 1 – First Video out of the box, 1080p not 4K. Shot on Sigma 70-200mm with LAEA3 adapter.- Few more photos here from Day 1 with A7Rii – https://www.facebook.com/JoshuaChristopherPhotography — with Joel Gelin and Lee Johnson.

Lous:Hello! I just wanted to share a fun timelapse video I made using the app on the Sony A6000. The app really is great fun! Hope you enjoy it!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HvdODsICkAY

September 25, 2015
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Slides from the Sony A7sII presentation!

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The new Sony A7sII can now be preordered at Sony A7sII at Amazon, BHphoto, FocusCamera, Adorama and in Europe at WexUK. In Asia soon at Digitalrev.

Bruno from Lesnumeriques posted those slides from the official Sony A7sII presentation. There are a couple of interesting insights:

  1. The Large sensor video camera market is increasing (P.S.: larger than 2/3 inch sensor)
  2. In Europe most A7s buyers were professionals
  3. A7sII has 2 stops ISO advantage over the new A7rII

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Still Planet5D has some doubts about the new A7sII: “The New Sony A7s II is Great, But Is It Awesome Enough To Get You To Upgrade?”.

September 25, 2015
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New Photoshop and Premiere Elements 14 adds 4K support and plenty of new features!

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Adobe released the new Photoshop and Premiere Elements 14 software. You can download it at Adobe or at BHphoto. A detailed new features overview with videos can be seen on that special Adobe page (Click here).

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September 25, 2015
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Sony Tidbits…(Metabones EF adapter firmware fix released)


Slow motion with Sony RX100M4 and RX10M2 by CameraHoarders

Metabones released a new firmware update on their EF adapters to fix a bug with IS lenses.
Sony RX100 Mark IV field tested: More camera for more money (Cardinalphoto).
Sony A7R II with the Sony FE 28-70mm Sample Images (Photographyblog).
The Sony A6000 and its continuous autofocus (Joerg Haag).
Sony FE 90mm f/2.8 Macro OSS G Lens Review (SonyAlphaLab).
Lowest price ever on the FE 28mm at Amazon Italy.
Hasselblad Appoints New CMO (Photographyblog).
90mm FE lens test at PChome.
Sind Objektivadapter ein sinnvolles Zubehör oder doch nur ein Notbehelf? (Abenteuerdslrfotografie).

Jean:Is this where people share sony related links with you? If so, here’s a little video I shot day after I got my RX100m4. Really enjoy this camera. All shot on RX100m4 in HFR 250fps and 4K 24fps. P.S. Youtube compression really kills the image quality in high motion areas (water…) Original is MUCH better. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zXvpqF-mj4

Bernie Aniciete:Music NSFW. Quick video of a few choreographer friends dancing. Used the Sony NEX-6 and RX100ii. https://www.facebook.com/BnEPhotography/posts/10207495939863783

September 24, 2015
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Glitch in the BHphoto system reveals when your Batis lens lens preorder will ship…in 2099!

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LOL! Destiny is making fun on the people who is patiently waiting since May(!) to get their Batis lens. For a couple of hours BHphoto changed the expected availability date to 2099! (Spotted at Reddit).
Fun aside there is some small good news to report. Early preorders from BHphoto and Adorama shipped last week according to multiple SAR readers. And there is one single lens in Stock now at eBay US. and at eBay Germany.

Diglloyd tested the 85mm Batis and writes:

It’s really wonderful to have such quality in a small and light kit. The design choice of f/1.8 is absolutely fine (I would even have preferred f/2, just to nudge up the quality slightly and nudge down the size). Particularly for this type of shooting, I’ll take f/1.8 any day over the bulk and weight of f/1.4.

Batis store links:
Zeiss Batis 85mm f/1.8 lens in US at Adorama, Bhphoto. In Eu at Amazon DE, WexUK. In Asia at Digitalrev.
Zeiss Batis 25mm f/2.0 lens at Adorama, Bhphoto. In EU at Amazon DE, WexUK. In Asia at Digitalrev.

 

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