Unboxing Sony SAL70-200 G F2,8 SSM 2
16-70mm F/4 ZA OSS reviewed by Kurt Munger.
Sigma 24-105mm review at Imaging Resource.
Sony RX100 Mark II Portable Macro Setup (Cheesycam).
A Nex 5R and a Drone to promote a little city in Sardinia, Italy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xgNVe4JoDR8
A7r video quality test at Focus Numerique.
Sony NEX-3n test at Quesabesde.
iOS App texBlend and it’s is available in the App Store (Click here). More info about it at Outbackphoto (Click here)
Brad: “This is actually important. I stumbled onto something you might want to publish. You should provide some kind of coverage of the SAL70200G2. I posted a user review of it that seems to have come under heavy fire just for the price alone. It seems to becoming an very controversial lens of 2013 due to the outrageous $3000.00USD pricing. Read the comments people are providing. People are very upset by the price and are strongly voicing their opinion.
Hopefully Sony gets the message from Alpha users and lowers the price by at least $500.00 and issues all of the registered early adopters a $500.00 credit. Attached below is a link to the web page.
Camera360 for iPhone v4.8 has updated with EasyCam, which provides you the ability to capture the most beautiful moments even without professional photography skills. All you need to do is to click the camera button, EasyCam lets your mobile camera recognize the shooting condition automatically and shot your biggest moments.
Check Camera360 for iPhone v4.8 here.
Check Camera360 for Android v4.8 here.
With EasyCam, Camera360 will help you get the best photos for particular circumstances, including backlight, low light and selfie. In backlight or low light environment, EasyCam will improve the picture brightness automatically to remedy the darkness caused by insufficient light. In addition, EasyCam will auto repair skin tone and blemishes in a fast way.
Danielle: I manage the photography business for one of your (sonyalpharumors) biggest fans……Dave Melges…in fact, he’s the one that took the pic of the hummingbird you have on the Facebook page. :)) He’s a long time Sony shooter, actually, he was predicting where Sony would be today, way back in 2002, so he’s kind of like the grandfather of Sony shooters, lol. Anyway, he’s got a new book, it’s on the PHILOSOPHY of creative photography:
Brian: The company Acratech produces a nice set of ball heads as well as a series of Arca-Swiss plates for mounting on their heads. They sell, for $25, a particularly well designed plate for the Sony NEX-6, Sony NEX-7. It has the lip to prevent the camera from rotating on the plate and the plate is slightly raised so as to allow the rear LCD to tilt down or up. In my hands, the plate allows enough clearance so as to mount the LA-LE4 A-mount lends adapter. Their site is: www.acratech.net