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To kick off 2018, we performed a variety of water torture tests on some of the most popular cameras available from numerous manufacturers, including the new Sony A7R III. Our Best Overall Camera of the Year ended up being decided in part due to the results of that very test. The Nikon D850 performed admirably while the A7R III, an otherwise excellent camera, came up short due to water ingress in
$(document).ready(function() { SampleGalleryV2({"containerId":"embeddedSampleGallery_8395811675","galleryId":"8395811675","isEmbeddedWidget":true,"selectedImageIndex":0,"isMobile":false}) });Our good friend Roger Cicala over at Lensrentals finally got around to tearing down the Sony a7R III, to see if Sony was being honest when it claimed the newest a7R was much better weather sealed than its pre
Sony just announced a groundbreaking development in the world of camera image sensors: it has created a 1.46-megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor that has global shutter. This is the first-ever CMOS sensor of over 1MP that has both back-illumination and global shutter.Backside illumination (BSI) is an image sensor design that uses its arrangement of imaging elements to increase the amount of li
For the second week in a row, our Firmware Friday roundup is short and sweet, with few new updates arriving and relatively little to discuss over the last seven days. In all, we have news of updates for the Leica SL (Typ 601), Panasonic AU-EVA1 and the Sony AXS-R7 (this last being an accessory for the Sony F5 and F55 CineAlta video cameras). Let's cut short any further preamble, and get right
Sony has made something of a breakthrough in sensor development, announcing a new backside-illuminated stacked sensor that can read out every pixel simultaneously to enable global shutter. While the company has only made it work with a 1.46-million-pixel sensor so far, the nascent technology has significant potential.The sensor is able to read out from every pixel instantly because each pixel has
While most users and critics have generally been impressed with the new Sony FE 24-105mm f/4 G OSS zoom lens, Sony has announced that some samples of the lens are affected with a focusing issue. "In certain shooting conditions an out of focus issue may occur with some 24-105mm f/4 full-frame E-mount G (SEL24105G) lenses," Sony says. They continue, "To address this issue, subject to the terms and
Brent Barbano—co-founder of camera rental community ShareGrid—recently took a trip to Flashbox Films in Hollywood to meet up with co-owner Will Kamp and do one of those "affordable camera vs crazy expensive camera" tests the internet seems to love (and hate) oh so much. So what did they test? They put the $2,500 Sony a7S II, an affordable filmmaking favorite, up against the $50,000+ ARRI Alexa Mi
Our Firmware Friday roundup for this week brings news of new features for no less than three cameras and one related accessory from Panasonic and Sony. It also brings firmware news of a rather different kind, as update security practices have been a hot topic over the last couple of weeks. We've a fair bit to discuss, so let's get right down to it! We'll start with Sony this week, so
Sony has teamed up with Facebook to publish the text adventure God of War: A Call From The Wilds, which is available on Facebook's messenger app.  ...
Dan and Sally Watson over at Learning Cameras recently put together a really useful comparison video that pits the Sony, Canon, and Nikon fanboys against each other in a series of real-world tests. Shooting with the Sony a7R III, Canon 5D Mark IV, and Nikon D850, Dan and Sally ran the cameras through a variety of tests that cover everything from skin tones, to low light, to dynamic range, to auto


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