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Sir Howard Stringer (CEO of Sony) in Businessweek (via alphamountworld)

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Businessweek made an interesting interview with Howard Stringer (CEO of Sony). Click here to read the whole interview “Why Sony Is About to Snap Back

Here you have a small part of the interview:

CHARLIE ROSE (Businessweek)
“What will you say at CES about Sony’s product lineup?”

SIR HOWARD STRINGER
“This year we’re going to swamp the marketplace with innovation and new products, and we’re going to particularly focus on 3D because we have so many assets compared with anybody else—from cameras to projectors to 3D video games to TVs to Blu-ray—everything can be 3D with us. Size finally matters again, so that is an advantage we intend to demonstrate at CES.

P.S.: thanks “Eneuman” form alphamountworld forum

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Sony A450 does the Monte Carlo rally

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The french magazine focus-numerique.com (click here to read the google translation) tested the Sony Alpha 450 in an unusual way. They went to the Monte Carlo Rally. The article talks more about cars and less about the Sony A450 but it is definitely worthy to read it :)

What they liked most is the reliable autofocus in such difficoult light conditions.

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Working on new rumors…

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Dear readers!

I’ve been a little busy in this days. I had to shot a commercial with the Sony EX-1 :)

Anyway after having posted two successful leaks on SonyAlphaRumors.com (the compact cameras leak and the Sony DSC-TX5 leak) we are confident to know more soon about the next Sony cameras. If all works fine we will soon have little updates about the Pellix and Mirrorless Sony cameras. I can tell you…Sony is really preparing a massive attack!

Stay tuned!

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Nikon could produce future APS-C sensor without Sonys help!

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The prestigious french magazine Focus Numerique made an exclusive interview at Tetsurô Gotô (director of laboratory research and development at Nikon).
-> Click here to read the google english translation
The most interesting part for us Sony user is (google english translation): “We have a long relationship with Sony. If the sensors D3s Nikon, D3 and D700 were designed by Nikon, Nikon D3x those of small sensors and APS-C are from Sony. We want to use our own sensors in SLRs most popular [small sensor APS-C], as the performance of our sensors are better. However, it will take some time because it must make economies of scale. Sony is a big company that sells many sensors camera makers. The Alpha DSLR use Sony sensors and we also use Sony sensors in the D3000 and D5000 for example. In our D300, we use a basic Sony sensor and ours have the same definition, but they are quite different, because we make many changes.

That sounds like Nikon is playing with the idea to produce 100% “native” Nikon sensors!

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