Sony Europe launched a new Sony A6000 advertising campaign with Manual Neuer. This indirectly confirms the rumor saying the new A6xxx will NOT replace the A6000. The new A6xxx will be placed above the A6000 and be more of a NEX7 successor. The A6000 is now the main header on all Sony Europe (Sony DE, UK, FR, IT, ES, AT, NL, BE, CH, FI, SE, PT, )
SAR reader Tom Altman created a new tool that some of you could find useful. He sent me this:
The Sony A7S camera is the best video camera in the market. But it has one major challenge when using the video feature. The video record button is too small, awkwardly placed and slightly recessed. This makes it very difficult to activate without much fumbling around. You usually have to remove your eyes from the viewfinder to even locate the button. All this searching and fumbling around can cause shaky footage or missing the action all together. This is why we created the Cineasy Touch Button Enhancement. This Patent Pending device, for the Sony Alpha line of mirrorless cameras will help your camera to capture pristine video just as easily as it does still images. The Cineasy Touch installs in just minutes and is super intuitive and very responsive. The Cineasy Touch provides a larger point of contact that can easily be found without taking your eye off the action. Simply press the Cineasy Touch and record video intuitively and effortlessly. You will love it so much you will never remove it from your camera. It simply attaches to the neck strap eyelet nearest the video button with the included screw. Its that simple to make your camera capture video like a professional. And for a limited time you can get yours for the low introductory price of $24.95.
Josh: “With the big shift toward mirrorless cameras, my friend Jay and I decided to start a new YouTube channel called, The Camera Project. The point of the channel is to explore and review recent cameras, but instead of doing it in a clinical and technical way, our goal is to explore a city or neighborhood, and take our viewers through that neighborhood while exploring the latest gear. The series is from the viewpoint of photo enthusiasts as opposed to professional photographers. We’ve been following Sony’s outstanding innovations over the past few years and felt that the Sony a7II was the perfect first subject for us. While we do intend to explore other brands, we’ve just published our first 3 part review series on the a7ii. Overall, we were quite impressed, please take a look at the channel. We’d love go garner feedback on our first videos and see what the viewer response is: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLL58CQzpUWd36VoEG4FwxZ3Z9-9c8E2eC”
Kristian Maglalang: “Take a look at this VIMEO video (not mine) featuring Vietnam: https://vimeo.com/126747807. Shoot using: Sony A7ii @ 1080 60p PP7 (Exposed in S-Log2). Video Stabilization: Nebula 4000. Lens used: Zeiss 35mm 2.8 and Zeiss 55mm 1.8“
I seem to be one week out of warranty, !@£$%^&* - the camera threw a blade (I have the resultant image) and I'm just finishing up a US road trip. I fly back to the UK via NYC on 02 June. It's not ideal, but I've fallen back on a.n.other camera body. It's not the […]
I am trying to tether to capture one and have bumped into the 5 meter max length transmission problem. Any thing over this the camera is found but the images not transmitted, I see there are USB cables called active type which boost signals to a greater distance has any one any experience with this? […]
I am new to the Sony family and just got an A7 Mk ii. I love to take sunrise and sunset photos. I recently discovered the Hoodman (http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1085425-REG/hoodman_hlpp3m_hoodloupe_3_glare_free.html ) while attending a landscape workshop at Death Valley. The Hoodman is big plus keeping out glare on the monitor and also provides some magnification of the […]
I know this might sound ridiculous or not economical realistic, or technically impractical, but as a long time FF A mount user who haven't make the move to FE just yet, I always had this thought in my mind. I was wondering will Sony ever consider making the next FF A mount body mirrorless […]
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