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Kenji Tanaka, VP and Senior General Manager of Sony's Business Unit 1, Digital Imaging Group, pictured at the Photokina trade show in Cologne, Germany last month.At last month's Photokina trade show in Cologne, Germany we made time to speak to senior executives from several major manufacturers, including Sony. In a broad-ranging conversation, Kenji Tanaka talked to us about competition in the ful
Sony has updated its sensor page and shared the details of a number of new image sensors it's made. Sure enough, a few of them bear a striking resemblance to sensors inside other manufacturers cameras.One sensor in particular, a 26-megapixel backside-illuminated (BSI) APS-C chip nicknamed IMX571, bears an uncanny resemblance to the sensor used inside Fujifilm's X-T3 camera. While Fujifilm hasn't
Photonstophotos has published its dynamic range test results for the new Canon EOS R and Nikon Z7 full-frame mirrorless cameras. The numbers show that both Canon and Nikon trail the performance of Sony’s cameras.Here’s the comparison chart by Photonstophotos:At ISO 100, the Sony a7R III has a Photographic Dynamic Range (PDR) of 11.64, the Nikon Z7 is 10.98, and the Canon EOS R is in l
Smartphone cameras are getting better all the time, so surely there's no longer a need to carry a separate pocket compact around with you, right? Sony believes there is, and has announced the Cyber-shot HX99 Travel Zoom to prove it – which is billed as the world's smallest travel high-zoom snapper... Continue Reading Sony wants you to pack its new 28x optical zoom in your suitcase Categor
Sony has announced the new Cyber-shot HX99, what the company calls “the world’s smallest travel high zoom camera.” The camera features a powerful 28x zoom and 4K video recording.At the core of the camera is an 18.2-megapixel backside-illuminated 1/2.3-inch Exmore R CMOS sensor with an ISO range of 80-12800 and 10fps continuous shooting.On the front of the camera is a 24-720mm (3
Click here to read my Sony RX100 VI Field Test Sony's RX100 series has been praised pretty much since the get-go, with fans really impressed with what the small camera can do. With each iteration, Sony has made both big and small upgrades to the system to make it a more viable camera that continues to be a better option than a smartphone. The latest, the RX100 Mark VI, made a
Sony has announced a new "Alpha Female" program, a creator-in-residence opportunity that will award six-month grants to five female filmmakers and photographers. The program, which is no longer accepting submissions, aims to "elevate diversity in thought and creation," according to Sony. The first class of recipients will be announced some time early this month.The awarded grants include $25,000
Our Firmware Friday roundup this week squeaks in under the wire with news from just two companies: Sigma and Sony. (Not shooting either company's gear? If so, you might want to read our Canon EOS R field test instead, or perhaps our Photokina interview with Sigma CEO Kazuto Yamaki.) For the rest of you, let's get right down to what's new! Sigma 24-70mm F2.8 ART lens and MC-11 mount
"It's taken us longer certainly than even I would have wanted, but it took as long as it was going to take to get it ready and get it done." ...
Clearly feeling the heat as Canon and Nikon enter the full-frame mirrorless space, Sony's Kenji Tanaka took the stage this morning ahead of the Photokina trade show to talk about the company’s mirrorless strategy. As Senior General Manager of Business Unit 1, Digital Imaging Group, Imaging Products and Solutions Sector at Sony Corp., Tanaka-san is responsible for the company's inter


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