Sony SLT-A99V Slow Motion Test from Troy Gleason on Vimeo.
Sony related news:
Sony NEX-6 review at ThePhoBlographer.
Sony HVL-F60M Flash review at ThePhoBlographer.
Already $3,000 off on the F5 at Bhphoto (Click here).
Sony NEX-7 one year on (Soundimagesplus).
Sony NEX-6 test at Asahi.
New housing for the A99 at Equinoxhousings.
Winston: “Here is a vacation video that I shot with the NEX-7, A77 and HX9V. If you ever get a chance to visit Wyoming, I think you’ll want to keep going back. https://vimeo.com/53995443 The NEX-7 and A77 were handheld, the HX9V mounted in the hood of the car. Also, while I wish the A99 was priced lower, I can’t help but think that a great value the A57/18-135mm combination was at $750 U.S.”
Alex: “I would like to send you a quick test of a Ride in Vienna: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_WfcRWKOoY Settings where 170°, 1080p 30p, no steadyshot and put in the underwater housing.”
Gangrenous: “Picture taken with a Nex-7 and now Editors’ Choice at 500px http://500px.com/photo/6835708”
Riaan: “Can the Sony A77 shoot good video in low light conditions? Well, you decide (video shot entirely on Sony A77): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o75WgBnL044”
Rob: “Hello, I’ve been shooting with a Sony A55 for quite some time now, refining my technique. There are many things I like about the A55, but as I’ve transitioned into larger amounts of video work, the lack of fully manual controls has been frustrating. Despite this, I believe you can still shoot excellent video with the A55, if you know how to use it, how it’s running itself, and some of the workarounds for greater creative control. Having the camera set the shutter speed and ISO takes out much of the guesswork for those just getting into video, but obviously doesn’t allow as much flexibility down the line. I find that generally the camera does a decent job of choosing a proper ISO and shutter speed under most lighting conditions. There are situations (challenging lighting, concerts, etc…) where the A55 and it’s lack of manual controls comes up wanting, but for a body that you can find used for under $500 now, I think it’s a great value.
I recently completed work on a music video, shot at Garden of the Gods in Colorado as well as a mansion just outside of Boulder. All video was shot with my Sony A55, 18-55 kit lens and Minolta 50/1.7 prime.
The A55, while not ideal for video, still turns out great results if you know how to use it properly. Here’s the link to my video for Useful Jenkins from Mankato, MN. The song is called “Waitin to Die”
Mattia: “Let me share with you my last video, this time the weather was fine and the results IMHO are pretty nice! Shot on Nex 5N, with Smartslider Pro 560, Leica M Lenses (Summicron 90 and 35mm), Vidatlantinc anamorphic filter, Canon FD 300mm F4. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a0-T2eYB71g”
Winston: “Here is a vacation video that I shot with the NEX-7, A77 and HX9V. If you ever get a chance to visit Wyoming, I think you’ll want to keep going back. https://vimeo.com/53995443 The NEX-7 and A77 were handheld, the HX9V mounted in the hood of the car. Also, while I wish the A99 was priced lower, I can’t help but think that a great value the A57/18-135mm combination was at $750 U.S.“