January 13, 2010
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Sony HX5V Hands-On Review by Photographybay

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The guys from photographybay spent some time at CES with the new HX5V. If you want to read their impressions click here: http://www.photographybay.com.


Sony DSC-HX5V

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January 13, 2010
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Sonys future 32 Megapixel camera can’t compete against this thing… ;)

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We are all anxiously waiting for the new High-End with over 30 Megapixel Sony Alpha camera but it will in no way come close to the 570-Megapixel Intergalactic Camera shown here! The 74 CCD sensors monster has been built at Fermilab by an international team of particle physicists and astronomers. What’s the goal? They want to solve one of the great mysteries of the cosmos: What is dark energy?

One question….what kind of lens will they use?

Source: Wired

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January 13, 2010
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(SR3) new Sony A850 and A900 firmware update in February.

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Sony Japan is plannig to release a new firmware update for the Sony A850 and Sony A900 cameras. Sonys new firmware will reduce the noise level at Low and High ISO.

Release expected for mid February!

Andrea
SonyAlphaRumors

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January 13, 2010
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Chinese website tests the Sony TX7

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I know your chinese is not the best but feel free to visit this page where you can find the first image samples taken with the Sony TX7: http://dcdv.zol.com.cn/162/1620963.html

Preorder the Sony TX7 at Amazon.com

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January 12, 2010
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Report your rumors/news! We tell you how you should do it!

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Remember we mostly will post rumors/news that have been confirmed by other sources.

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