February 12, 2010
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Sony TidBits

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SONY Cybershot DSC H10 review

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SonyAlpha.es tested the Sony HX1 (in spanish)
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Sony Presents Image Sensor Future at ISSCC 2010 (Image Sensor World)
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Latest weekly most sold DSRL sales rankings in Japan (bcnranking). The Sony A550 sells well and is on pos 14.

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February 11, 2010
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Apple Aperture doesn’t support the Sony A850. But Charles made a free APP for you!

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As you know even the new Aperture 3 version doesn’t support the Sony A850 RAW files.

The good news is that Charles Axel Pauwels made a FREE application which allows you to open the Sony A850 files with Aperzure. More infos here: http://capauwels.com/aperture-converters.html

Well done Charles!

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February 10, 2010
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FAKE mirrorless, A707 and A900SH cameras

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FAKE A707 and FAKE A900SH

Both images have been posted by a japanese magazine which is famous because of their speculations and FAKE images.
Source: http://www.mobile01.com/topicdetail.php?f=547&t=1413820

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February 9, 2010
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(SR5) New Sony patent shows phase detection integrated on the image sensor.

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Sony patent drawing explaining the new phase detection tecnology

A one year old Sony patent shows a phase detection tecnology which directly works on the image sensor!
Doesn’t this sound perfect for a mirrorless camera?
On Dyxum the patent caused a very long discussion: http://www.dyxum.com/dforum/sony-to-get-rid-of-mirror-for-new-cameras_topic58676_page1.html

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February 8, 2010
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(SR4) More than one Sony mirrorless cameras to be announced soon?

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Hi!
I had the chance today to talk with two of my sources. Both sources do really know what Sony will bring next! We were talking about Sony mirrorless system and that’s what I can tell you:

Source ONE:
The mirrorless product will definitely be Sony’s story for interchangeable lenses this year. Make no mistake. My understanding is that the A230, A330, and A380 will all be going away to be replaced by two cameras. One at the A230 level and one at the A380 level, to give a more distinct step up for the consumer. Having all three was really a bit redundant. For those who were not the biggest fans of the ergonomics of the current lineup, the new cameras will still be nice and small but will get a more standardized grip to work with, likely similar to the Pentax K-x or the Canon Rebel series… but I think Sony is aiming for a bit smaller if they can. No one’s said word one about dates to me but I expect there to be talk about it at PMA, if not something shown for it. Also the rumor about having two mirrorless products has been substantiated by people who truly would know because, frankly, they work that closely with the product. :)”

Source TWO:
I have seen the new Olympus E-PL1 and I can say Sony mirrorless camera will blow that camera away. The Sony camera will have the best from both MFT models EPL1+Panasonic GF1 and with bigger sensor and excellent lenses

Very soon we will know more! Follow SonyAlphaRumors!

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February 7, 2010
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Three fake Sony mirrorless cameras

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The japanese creative webiste blog.livedoor.jp created some nice FAKE Sony mirrorless cameras.

The Fake Sony version of the Panasonic GF1

The Sony-Ricoh approach

The Sony GH1 clone

I hope we will see real Sony mirrorless camera pictures soon!

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February 5, 2010
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It’s Alpha Mount Birthday!

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The Alpha 7000 - The first alpha mount camera

In January 1985, Minolte released the (which was called “Alpha 7000” in Japan and “” in US). It was the first SLR camera with built-in housing passive autofocus system on the basis of phase detection. And at the same time it came with the new A-type bayonet lens mount, which is still used in Sony’s alpha cameras is.
And in the same month Minolta also released twelve brand new autofocus lenses!!! Sony…you could learn from it :)
The lens were all optimized to the needs of the autofocus system. Five bayonet electrical contacts for the data transmission were installed. In 1991 three more contacts were added.

Nice history or not? Let’s hope Sony will soon announce new Zeiss Lenses!

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