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October 29, 2015
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Sony Tidbits…(Fuji Film simulations for Sony)


4K Food Timelapse video (Sony A7R + FE 90 mm F2.8 Macro G OSS)

Now even Sony A7 users can get Fuji’s amazing Film Simulations (Fuji X Forum).
Brian Smith – Why E-mount Mirrorless is the Universal Mount – SonyAlphaCameras.
First Sony FS5 Hands-On Impressions of an FS7 Owner (Cinema5D).
Portable Solar USB Charger for your Sony camera (SonyAlphaCameras).
A7rII review at Japanese Nikkei.
Voigtlaender VM 75mm f/1.8 Heliar Classic (SonyAlphaForum).

Ted:I wanted to also send you my review of the a7rii (including 4K footage) and ask if you might consider posting it as well. Here’s the review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sX_rM3w8rTw

Matt:a7s + FE 16-35 + Ronin-M + Deluts by James Miller. I used a custom Picture Profile rather than S-log2 so I can have an easier time focusing. https://vimeo.com/136473156

Emin:Today I shoot video on Sony A7RII & 35mm Sony f1.4 & Sony 28mm f2) and then take a screen shoot from it https://www.facebook.com/emin.kuliyev.54/posts/10208236724700889?pnref=story

Firoz Ahmad:Gulabi | The Color Pink clips shot completely handheld in Slog2 picture profile with Sony a7s and a Zeiss prime lens 55mm at Siddhartha Nagar and Varanasi in India. https://vimeo.com/138172655

October 28, 2015
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Sony Tidbits…


Sony RX10 II Review by Marc Galer

Lunar Eclipse – Super Moon – Harvest Moon – Blood Moon shot on the A6000 by KlausH on SonyAlphaForum.

Benny:I saw you share videos people shoot , well here is a video I shot on the dji ronin using the a7rii: http://youtu.be/S3SL8uYoJlE

Sean:I made another test video using the Sony RX10II this time. It would be fantastic if you would like to share it with your readers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A1z_SxmfXwc

Baron:We want to share with you the gorgeous super slow motion feature of the RX100IV. We used the fast sport of parkour to show off this feature:
https://youtu.be/wi94dnEC8tk
This Behind The Scenes video shows how we used the RX100IV with DJI Ronin to shoot our parkour short film:
https://youtu.be/tdqr-wf6dQ0
Behind The Scenes were shot with Sony AX100.
Hope you can share with the readers. The 4K and super slow mo is a really cool and useful feature of the RX100IV

Mike:updated the post with the RX100iv sensor rating: https://vimeo.com/143824246

Emmanuel:I  like share this behind the scenes from a movie taken with the Nex-5N with Sigma 30mm DN 2.8, Zuiko 50mm 1.4 and Underground MC 135mm 2.8
THe album
https://www.flickr.com/photos/45442267@N08/sets/72157658082700730
In talkemount
https://www.talkemount.com/threads/14113/
My Instagram
https://instagram.com/manurd75/

October 27, 2015
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Sony Tidbits…


Sony Distagon T* FE 35mm f1.4 Vs ZEISS f1.4 by Matt Granger

Super low price on the Sony A7II at Amazon Italy (Click here).
Street Shooting NYC with the Sony a7S (ProLost)
Comparing Voigtlander 15mm to Sony 16-35 at 16mm: http://www.talkemount.com/threads/13736/
Sony’s New Film unReal Moment – Glacier (ActionCameraRumors).
Help Me Understand Which Lens for the A6000 (SonyAlphaForum).
15mmf4 Venus macro 1:1 lens review at Alphadxd.
The Best Sony A7s Cage of them All? – 6 Cages Reviewed (Cinema5d).
RX100 IV Review (Photographyblog).

Fernando:Extremadura es vida, Timelapse 4k, Perseidas 2015, on youtube.com/watch?v=fhBlUo-0_r8

Jose: I just wanted to forward you a new Libec video of our ALX models and a Newsletter with new Libec models scheduled to start shipping next month: Vimeo link https://vimeo.com/135291022 Or https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B-aA-Ip3lxxDSnI4by1tcU0tNDQ.
Dual head design fluid heads are in much demand in the photo/video/DSLR market as you can use them with 75mm/flat base tripods and sliders with a 3/8-inch screw, to get that perfect digital SLR shot; we look forward to supplying our customers with these much needed versatile dual head design solutions.

 

October 27, 2015
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Small RX1rII tidbits: It’s assembled in Japan by dedicated enineering team

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Image courtesy: Photoscala.

Sony is assembling the new RX1rII camera in Japan. There is special trained people who have to perfectly align the Lens and Sensor. Nice to see Sony is taking care about quality and precision!

And Trustedreviews posted a hands-on review:

The Sony RX1R II is a camera easy to lust after. A full-frame sensor in an ultra-portable body? It’s a photographic dream come true.

RX1rII worldwide preorders will start on November 5 at 8am New York time (Source: Bhphoto, Amazon and Adorama)

October 26, 2015
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Sony Tidbits…(with first review of the A7rII BOX and not the camera!).

In all the years I do write on SAR this is a first! The video on top shows a review of the A7rII BOX(!) LOL :)   Source: SonyAlphaForum.

Need for Speed: Fstoppers Reviews the Mitakon Zhongyi 50mm f/0.95 Lens for Sony FE (Fstoppers).
Sony A7r with 55mm FE: “Body parts“ by Marc Alhadeff on SonyAlphaForum.
Sony FE 90mm F2.8 Macro G OSS – Review by James Minn.
Sony’s RX100 IV is One of the Best High-End Compacts Money Can Buy (PetaPixel).

Marc:I’ve just released a slowmotion video filmed with the rx10m2 und rx100m4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxH51DuMjQo On my blog I’ve published two extensive aricles about the 2 cameras (in german):
http://reisezoom.com/sony-dsc-rx100iv-rx10ii-test-tipps/
http://reisezoom.com/filmen-mit-der-rx100m4-rx10m2/

Chris:I’ve been working on my third episode of my small video series « OFF THE BEATEN TRACK » using the new a7rII and DJI Inspire X5. The expedition brought us to 81° North in the ice pack in search of polar bears. Unfortunately rapid sea ice loss is depriving polar bears of their habitat, since they depend on the ice to hunt their prey. https://vimeo.com/140989382

Joe:New features of DxO OpticsPro v10.5.1. 6 new cameras supported:
Sony ILCA-7R II
Sony DSC-RX100 IV
Sony DSC-RX10 II
Support for OS X 10.11 (El Capitan).
Minor bug fixes.

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