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Sony Tidbits…


Sony a7R shutter shake test. Super High tech!

What does the arrival of the Carl Zeiss Loxia mean for Sony A7 owners? (GardnerCreative).
The Next Generation of DSLR (Sony Blog).
Zeiss 16-35mm FE unboxing and test at Zapanet.
Sony RX100 III Review at SonyAlphaLab.
Tokina AT-X 2.5/90 Macro review by Philip Reeve.
Review of the A77ii on Youtube.
Sony A6000 review at Jarrodlyons.

Jay:I created a really high quality Sony RX100M3 Comprehensive Breakdown Video!! How to use the camera and more advanced features and so fourth. Great and applicable to all the newer Sony cameras as well ;)

Morgan:This is some photos i made with my A7s :

Jacob:Conowingo Migration Final product of the Sony FS700 and Canon 40x via Fotodiox adaptor. Additional footage shot on A7s.”

Christian:Last September I had the opportunity not only to interview but also follow a professional wildlife and macro photographer during 2 mornings. This was a magical experience and a real boost in terms of creativity.
All the pictures featured here are taken with my Sony NEX-5T and sigma 60mm f/2.8 ART. Just a few ones are even taken with the 16-50mm kit lens!

Vincenzo:I’m an Italian photographer & artist based in Berlin. I recently moved from digital to analog photography, but I still like to capture digital images. So, I decided to find a “digital back” in order to shoot the glass I use with film cameras. This is an artistic choice since I looked for consistency throughout my works. I found the Sony A7 a perfect tool: good neutral color rendition (unlike Fuji X) which coupled with Canon FD glass makes easy to mimic the Kodak Portra look. Having such a “digital back” is GREAT and I plan to keep having this sort of parallel path: analog + digital with shared glass. It’s all about the lenses… it is the glass that makes the picture!
I show my images and share my experience on and here there is my last post.

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