August 1, 2014
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Sony patents two new 20mm and 28mm f/2.8 prime compact APS-C lenses.

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Sony US patent Number 20140204265 discloses the design for two new Full Frame prime lenses. The 20mm f/2.8 and 28mm f/2.8. These primes are designed to be very compact and high speed autofocusing lenses. As Sony writes these lenses are suited for both still and video shooting and have fast inner focusing.

The 20mm could be the updated version of the current SEL-20F28 while the 28mm lens would a complete new entry. According to the patent both lenses will cover the APS-C sensor area only (no FF).

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August 1, 2014
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Lucky Australians get huge $300 off on all A7, A5/6000 cameras and Zeiss lenses!

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Those lucky Australians just got a $300 cash-back offer on all newest Sony mirrrorless stuff sold by CameraPro (Click here) and Sony Australia (Click here). Hopefully Sony will extend this kind of deal to all the rest fo the world…

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August 1, 2014
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Sony A7 workshop with Pulitzer winner Brian Smith at BHphoto in NYC.

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Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Brian Smith will showcase the A7 range on August 28th at B&H Event Space in NYC. More info at briansmith.com/sony-a7-day-at-bh-photo/. Don’t miss it if you are in NYC!

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July 31, 2014
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Long list of new Sony Lens Profiles added to Lightroom 5.6

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Adobe updated Lightroom to version 5.6 (more info here). And plenty of new A and E-mount lenses have been added in their supported profile list.

Reminder: You can download the Camera Raw 8.6 update (released last week) here for CC (Click here) and CS6 (Click here).

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