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)

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October 26, 2015
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The Superdeal is back! $500 off on the brand new Sony A7rII !

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It’s back! You save $500 on the Sony A7rII sold by Electronicsvalley on eBay US (Click here). It’s an import Model but comes with 1 Year Warranty via US Seller!

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October 26, 2015
Posted in rumors

Is the A7RII Really a PRO camera? (Matt Granger)

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Matt Granger has been busy shooting in Asia with the Sony A7rII. And on the video above he gives you an answer about the question whether the A7RII is a PRO camera or not. Just a hint: The answer is very looooong :)

And SOny Electronics also posted the video of the Alpha 7RII and Alpha 7SII Tech Talk:

New A7rII tests:
Micheal de Mentor posted that Sony A7Rii vs Canon 5Dsr Epic Shootout on Youtube.
Sony A7RII Mirrorless, two months later (Nicholas Goodden).
A7RII w/ Contax N Planar 50/1.4 at SonyAlphaForum.
a7r II vs 5DsR Thermal noise test by Marcio Cabral.
Sony a7R II Review for Video and Photographers by Wolfcrow.
Sony a7RII vs Canon 5DS | A Quick Comparison (SLRlounge).

A7rII store list:
In USA at Amazon, BHphoto, AdoramaSonyStore US, FocusCamera, Uniquephoto.
In Europe at Amazon DE, Amazon UK, Wex UK and ParkCameras.
In Asia at Digitalrev, CameraPro.

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October 26, 2015
Posted in rumors

(SR5) Sony announcement next week (around November 5th).

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For the third time in row this year Sony is having a product launch AFTER a big show. I have been told Sony will have a products launch press event next week around November 5th. I say “around” because I don’t know in which time zone the source is and it may well be a day earlier or later in other time zones.

For sure there will be the new Sony A68 A-mount camera. And note that Sony FE lens roadmap says a “large aperture prime” lens should be due in autumn. Let’s hope there is no delay on that one!

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October 26, 2015
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Sony shows new videos of the Starvis (super low light) and Pregius (global shutter) sensors .

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Starvis Sony sensors can see in nearly dark conditions!

Sony posted two new videos showing two new sensor tech. For now both sensors are made for a main use in the security camera business. But the sensors features might find some of it on future digital cameras too. Here is the official sensor description:

Pregius sensor:The Pregius is global shutter pixel technology for active pixel-type CMOS image sensors that use Sony’s low-noise CCD structure, and realizes high picture quality.” (Source: Sony).

Starvis sensor:The STARVIS is back-illuminated pixel technology used in CMOS image sensors for surveillance camera applications. It features a sensitivity of 2000 mV or more per 1 µm2 (color product, when imaging with a 706 cd/m2 light source, F5.6 in 1 s accumulation equivalent), and realizes high picture quality in the visible-light and near infrared light regions.” (Source: Sony).

And here are two videos:


“STARVIS” : Sony CMOS image sensor technology for security


“Pregius” : Sony CMOS image sensor, Global Shutter Technology

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