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Sony Tidbits…


One Week with SLR Magic anamorphot (OM-D & Sony A7) from Seb Farges on Vimeo.

Sony a3000 Review at Steve Digicams.
Amateur Photographer Magazine & What Digital Camera magazine Awards. Sony wins plenty of prizes! List at CameraWorld.
Sigma 17-70mm F2.8-4 DC Macro HSM C Sony tested at DxOmark.
Camera Duel: Sony RX100 Mk II vs Panasonic Lumix GM1 at Digitalversus.
HDR-AS100V Action Cam with Zeiss optic on Youtube.
Sigma 150-500mm f5-6.3 APO DG OS HSM for Sony tested at DxOmark.
New Beta APPS available at Playmemories.
Nikon D5300 uses a Sony sensor (Chipworks).
RX1 vs Leica M by Elio Marchi on Flickr: I compared some shots taken with my RX1 and a Leica Monochrom used during an event in my town. The file I converted my RX1 with lightroom B / W without altering any parameter. I was struck by the difference in yield to 6400 and what the difference really unexpected sharpness of the two lenses 35mm.
Amazing the result of RX1! If we also compare the price difference, I do not know how to justify the fact. I do not see any benefit of a sesore B / W, it is also not possible to use color filters during the development of Lightroom RAW.
One thing that I envy Leica is the management of Auto ISO! Sony updated please!

Scott:I’ve written a short article about my experiences with the RX1 over the course of 2013 if you’re interested:

Desy: “Not a rumor, just wanted to share a photoset!

Chandler:Just a submission to Reader’s Work Roundup. Here’s a new short film I was DP, Camera Operator, and Colorist for called “Bright Eyes” ( The camera we used was the Sony a65. Despite the camera’s obvious flaws in video performance, the film came out quite nice! Video: .

J.Pepper:I would like to introduce my website which I try to post something new daily. I primarily use a Sony RX1, Fujifilm X-E1 and the latest addition, the Sony a7R. I only have adapted lenses a Zeiss C Sonnar f/1.5 50mm and a Zeiss Planar f/1.4 85mm. I would some fellow SAR readers may be interested in shots taken with this combo.

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