A brand new Sony patents describes a new kind of adapter having a Lever. Sony says that this “makes it easier to attach or detach the accessory to or from a device main body” (Source: FreePatentsonline).
The image on top shows you a sort of dust blocking device that automatically covers the sensor when you detach a lens. As you obviously know the dust enters whenever you change lens. With that easy blocking plate the sensor gets covered (Source: FreePatentsonline).
Marcin: “I’m currently a member of Dyxum and I just saw one of the recent posts by Eric Lew. He recently came back from his trip to Antarctica and shared with us his amazing pictures. He mentions horrible conditions he encountered and how it not affected the way his Sony A77 worked as well as 16-50 and 70-400 Sony lenses. You can find his blog along with those pictures under this address: http://www.ericlew.com/”
Sony Japan (Source DC.watch) delayed the launch of the new Zeiss 50mmf /1.4 A-mount lens because of the “exceptional high demand”. The lens should have been shipped from may but now the date has been postponed to July 26. BHphoto (Click here) still reports July 10 as shipping date but I am sure that they will change it soon. Meantime Rokinon announced that the new Tilt Shift lens will ship next week (See Bhptoto).
Does anyone know when the Zeiss Batis 85mm f/1.8 Lens will be shipping? I thought it was originally planned for July. Some reviewers were playing with one back in early August. Now we are into September? I wonder if it's a production issue or if they've found a problem that they are working on before […]
Hi if anyone is interested in how these lenses perform on a6000 here is a link to a gallery of shots. Unfortunately the exif doesn't show. I find the lenses to be great value and extremely good output. I have the sigma 35f1.4 and these lenses are nearly up to it in sharpness. http://taojonesphotographer.com/70445/5176215/gallery/sony-a6000-sigma-19mm-f28-30mm-f28-60mm-f28 Attached […]
Hello, I am looking to upgrade from a Nex 5n that I have had for a few years. The 5n works pretty well, but I have been having some minor issues with it and the 16.1 megapixels is too small for enlarging prints to the size I like. I am considering upgrading to the […]
Hi, I had succssfully updated the firmware on my A7R. However, the camera on but did not power up when I tried to use it after few days after the firmaware update. I have tried reset the camera as per the dierections given to me by Sony Customer Service. Before the firmware update, my […]
Was wondering if anyone has experience with the Sigma 19mm on their a6000?
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