November 11, 2009
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Sony DT 16-105 mm f/3.5-5.6 – lens review

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Sony DT 16-105 mm f/3.5-5.6 – lens review

Amazon has currently three Sony 16-105mm f/3.5-5.6 Lenses in Stock for $599.00.

P.S.: Photography bay just posted more Sony A850, A900 and Canon 5D Mark II – ISO Comparisons

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November 11, 2009
Posted in news

The giants battle: Sony vs Samsung

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Both companies want to fight hard against Canon and Nikon in the digital camera segment.
Following article talks about their financial situation:
Sony Can’t ‘Breathe’; Samsung Profit Surges as Yen Strengthens” (source: bloomberg)

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November 10, 2009
Posted in rumors

(SR4) Sony November 18 rumor…

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Dear readers,

we had a second small talk with our trusted source. He again confirms that a new camera will be announced next week. And certainly it will not be the Sony Alpha 750 or whatever. The Sony 700 successor is planned for next year.

The rumored camera will be a completely new one. It will be the first movie and still camera from Sony!

Other sources can’t confirm this rumor. Could be that he received false informations? Improbable, but he promised me to tell me more in few days!

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November 10, 2009
Posted in news

a little bit of everything…

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Sony Strengthens Retail Distribution Channels Via Sony Retailer Network (source: imaging-insider)
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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T90 Review at cameras.about.com
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Latest all-weather camera bags from Lowe Pro (source: cnet)
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Sony Alpha DSLR-A230 tested by a polish website (optyczne.pl). And here the google english translation.
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plusd.itmedia.co.jp tested the Sony Alpha 550. Read in japanese or google english translation.

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November 7, 2009
Posted in rumors

(SR2) Sony

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A dpreview user wrote following text: “I found that the Sony RAW file (ARW and SF2) Exif metadata includes a camera model code, stored as the Sony makernotes tag 0xb001. You can read this tag using applications like ExifTool or PhotoMe. The (decimal) codes are as follows:

2 = DSC-R1
256 = DSLR-A100
257 = DSLR-A900
258 = DSLR-A700
259 = DSLR-A200
260 = DSLR-A350
261 = DSLR-A300
???
263 = DSLR-A380
264 = DSLR-A330
265 = DSLR-A230
???
???
???
269 = DSLR-A850
???
???
[??? = DSLR-A500 Files not examined]
273 = DSLR-A550

The “holes” in the list suggest that six (or seven, depending on the unknown A500 code) additional cameras have at least reached the stage in which they get their own code.”

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