November 19, 2009
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(SR4) More news about the rumored GH1 Sony competitor…

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As you know 10 days ago we reported that Sony is working on a Panasonic GH1 competitor. We received the news from one of our trusted sources (and a second source confirmed the rumor). We also received the rumor saying there will be a November 18 Sony announcement. Both rumors were/are true, but our mistake was to think they were connected to each other! In this days we tried to understand what’s really going on with the supposed new Sony mirrorless video and still camera. Now we can tell you a little bit more!

Sony has already a REAL! prototype of mirrorless video and still camera which uses a APS-C sensor. The bad news is that the camera is going to be presented on Photokina 2010…that’s in September only :(
As soon as we have more infos we will post it. We will also be a little bit more careful in future (to not repeat mistakes anymore).

In the meanwhile let Sony know what you want:

What do you hope to see announced at CES on January 5?

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November 19, 2009
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a little bit of everything…

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Sony A550 smile :)

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Sony Alpha 550 live action report at ganref.jp. Read the article in japanese or google english translation
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A550 standard vs DRO vs HDR sample (source: dpreview forum)
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Sony Announces 3.3MP Sensor for Industrial Applications.
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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W220 review at cameralabs.

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November 17, 2009
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Sony launches the tapeless NXCAM

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Sony just announced the new NXCAM a tapeless camera. In fact it is the Z5 successor.Not exatcly what we hoped for :(

Source: provideocoalition

Our source were only right at falf. Yes we have a new camera tday but not exactly a GH1 competitor. The only thing the NXCAM has in common wth the GH1 is the AVCHD format (and ok, it stores tapeless).

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November 17, 2009
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(SR2) Latest japanese rumors

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One of our readers sent us the following “rumor” coming from Japan:

– Sony will unveil a Camera with “Alpha” brand.
– Made for high-end movie with Alpha lenses.
– The camera is not compact.

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