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Sony Alpha A99 Review Part II – A99 at Work

August 13, 2013
Sony Alpha A99 Review Part II – A99 at Work

After a lot of time in the studio I am now ready to provide you with Part Two of my Sony A99 review – A99 at Work. To recap, the SLT-A99V is Sony’s flagship SLT camera. SLT stands for Single Lens Translucent which describes the pellicle like mirror used in the camera. Don’t let this...
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Sony Alpha A99 Review – First Impressions

December 27, 2012
Sony Alpha A99 Review – First Impressions

My Sony Alpha A99 (officially Sony SLT-A99V) arrived about 3 weeks ago. After a period of acclimatization, I began to use the camera in earnest and wrote down a few notes on what I found. This article is a result of those notes and is the first in a rolling review of Sony’s flagship...
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Sony NEX-7: First Impressions

December 26, 2011
Sony NEX-7: First Impressions

Sony has finally started shipping its NEX-7 compact system camera. Not being one of the big fish, I got mine the old fashioned way: I got on a waiting list and waited. Patience paid off and I was graced with a UPS box a week ago containing a Sony NEX-7 body and a spare...
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Sony NEX-7 on DXOMark

November 29, 2011
Sony NEX-7 on DXOMark

The Sony NEX-7 has been benchmarked on DXOMark.com. As expected, the NEX-7, with its mirrorless design, sligthly bested its larger sibling, the SLT Alpha 77. It even outscored the vernable A900 full-frame camera in all categories except low-light ISO. One thing to take into consideration is that the A77/A65 just had a firmware update...
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Possible Production Delays for Sony due to Thailand Floods

October 17, 2011
Possible Production Delays for Sony due to Thailand Floods

Sony Japan posted the following press release on their site (the following is google translated): For assistance to the victims of the flood affected areas in Thailand The people the victims of flooding due to heavy rain in Thailand, We sincerely sympathy.  The Sony Group in order to help rescue and rehabilitation of areas...
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