Antarctica from Darek Sepiolo on Vimeo. Shot with the Sony EX1 camera.
Sony gapless sensor patent at Egami.
Sony NEX-3n review at ThePhoBlographer.
Rokinon 35mm f/1.4 review at SonyAlphaLab.
SEL 50 f1.8 Compared to Leica Summicron 50mm f2 at PhotoCineNews.
Remote Camera Control Ver.3.1 for Mac OS X adds support for the A58 (support.d-imaging.sony.co.jp).
Sony E 35 mm f/1.8 vs Sigma E 30 mm f/2.8 EX DN by Per-Analogia.
Street Photography with the Nex7 and the Zeiss 24mm Sonnar T (F-StopEight).
RX1 review by SpiegleBerg.
Kerioke: here is an excellent documentary on Sony which was recently broadcast on 28th of April. it talks about how it developed the EXMOR sensors: NHk.or.jp.
Jordan: “Sony Artisan photographer goes to Kickstarter to fund his new book project, Future Presidents. Future Presidents is a photography project that aims to inspire children of all races and backgrounds to embrace their dreams by expressing what they would do as President of the United States. View and pledge at www.KickstarterPresidents.com”
Rishi: “I did a nice little short film that captures the essence of the 2013 Wisdom 2.0 Conference and listens to attendees and speakers who come to explore a movement towards living with greater presence, meaning, and mindfulness in the digital age. The relevance is that all of it was done on the nex 7. I love this camera for a hybrid photography and film work. The highest quality video and photography you can get in the smallest form factor. http://blog.rishio.com/2013/04/2013-wisdom-20-conference.html”
Baron:” Please share this short film with the rest of the world. It carries a social message of responsible drinking and I think everyone should watch. It has a surprising twist in the end. Here is the video: Some Stupid Drunk Driver !!! This short film is made for the world’s co-leader in wines & spirits, Pernod Ricard Malaysia. To infuse a cinematic quality to this film we chose the Sony A99 and NEX-6 cameras with Zeiss 24-70mm F2.8 ZA. Many of the scenes happen at night and this is where the A99 shines. It could give me very useable footage in low light. The noise from A99 is monochromatic. The footage holds up well. I could bring out the details in the shadows and I could still pull the highlights during editing with Edius.
We also used the A99 on a Glidecam Smooth Shooter in 2 key scenes. The Zeiss lens with A99 was heavy enough to balance very well on the stabilizer. Surprisingly stable shots even without Optical Image Stabilization.
The NEX-6 was used for most of our car-mounted POV shots. Its lightweight and compact feature let us attach it far into the car’s windscreen so we could shoot less wide for the actress. The dynamic range matched very well with the A99.“