March 23, 2015
Posted in deals

Runs today only: NEX-7 kit for $498! And A3000 kit for $249.

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Today only you can grab the NEX-7 with kit lens for $498 only at BHphoto (Click here). That deal runs today only!
And this is the cheapest E-mount kit you can get right now: The Sony A3000 with kit lens sells for $249 at BHphoto (Click here).

New FE lenses in Stock:
FE 24-240mm is in Stock at BestBuy eBay, Adorama and Sony US

More new Sony deals:
$300 off and free SD card and case on the A6000 double lens kit at Secondipity eBay (Click here).
$100 off on the A3000 with kit lens at Secondipity eBay (Click here).
50% off on refurbished 55-210mm sold by BeachCamera on eBay (Click here).
Save $250 on Open Box Sony A7s cameras sold by Samys on eBay (Click here).
RX100 with $100 free extras (SD card, LR5) and a $50 gift card when using the code “trade50328” at FocusCamera (Click here).
Save $340 on that superbundle offer listed at Sony Store US (Click here).
A77II kit with free grip at Sony Store US (Click here) and BHphoto (Click here).
$300 off on the Zeiss 12mm f/2.8 Touit at Amazon (Click here), Adorama (Click here) and BHphoto (Click here).
$221 off on the Zeiss 32mm f/1.8 Touit at Amazon (Click here), Adorama (Click here) and BHphoto (Click here)

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March 23, 2015
Posted in reviews

This is the difference between the Canon 50MP sensor and Sony 36MP sensor.

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Size comparison by Camerasize.

Today Canon started the preorder action on the Canon 5ds which costs $3699 at BHphoto. We will have to wait a couple of months to see both the Canon 5ds and (a bit later) the “rumored” Sony 50MP cam shipping to customers. But in the meantime let’s check out how the Canon 50MP sensor compares to the Sony 36Mp sensor used by the Nikon D810 camera which is the same sensor used by the Sony A7r. Imaging Resource posted the very first comparison of that kind:

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So as expected the jump from 36 to 50MP isn’t that big deal.

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March 23, 2015
Posted in rumors

(SR4) A correction and a confirmation about the Sony 50MP camera.

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I am very busy working on a whole bunch of rumors but let’s start with an important rumor correction. The highly trusted source who shared as first the 50MP camera rumor said that he misunderstood the release timing info he got directly from Sony. The 50MP camera is not going to be announced the next few weeks. But it’s definitely ready to be for sale within 2015. He said sorry to SAR readers for the wrong timing info but there was a miscommunication between Sony and him.  The good news is that another source confirmed the camera will come this year and that indeed the Sony 50MP FF sensor has a very new design and will “easily” outperform the Canon 5ds sensor.

Another good news: Confirmed the A7rII is in production and coming damn soon!

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SR1=probably fake rumor
SR2=rumor from unknown sources
SR3=50% chance it is correct
SR4=rumor from known sources
SR5=almost certainly correct!

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March 23, 2015
Posted in news

Shoten announces new focusing helicoid adapter for Sony E-mount.

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this image shows how the length changes when rotating the adapter.

With that kind of adapter it is possible to shorten the minimum focus distance of M-mount lenses just like the more expensive Voigtlander VM-E close focus adapter. The Shoten adapter costs $199 and is for sale on eBay (Click here).

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For German readers: You have a Gold Box deal on the Sony A5000 double lens kit (via DL) and on the 70-400mmII A-mount lns (via DL).

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March 23, 2015
Posted in rumors

(SR5) Info about one of the new camcorders coming soon (HDC4300)

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Image on top show the HDC2500

I have a non-Alpha rumor I want to share for those of you interested in pro video stuff. A source told me a new HDC camera will be announced soon:

The HDC4300 is a camera unit equipped with a 2/3-inch, 9.8 megapixel, 3-chip CMOS image sensor for super motion video camera systems.
In addition to standard HD and HD high frame rate imaging, it also supports 4K multi-format imaging.

And some more info via another source:

Replaces HDC-2500, shoots 4k up to 60fps & 1080p at 240fps. B4 mount 2/3in HD glass, future of 4k Sports OB

For A or E-mount followers: So fare I have yet no reliable info about a new 4K camera like a Sony A7sII or A-mount 4K cam coming at NAB.

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SR4=rumor from known sources
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