Category: Sony Alpha 55

Sony A65 / A77: The differences in pictures

If you were wondering what the real differences are between the new Sony Alpha D-SLR semi-transparent mirror cameras (the Sony SLT-A65 and Sony SLT-A77), here is a summary made in pictures. It may help better understand the differences justifying the very large price gap between the two models (for the same digital sensor). Pictures coming…

Will the Electronic Viewfinder (EVF) save the photo world?

With the first expert photo cameras from Sony equipped with electronic viewfinders, the question is more and more often asked whether this is a technological opportunity that the old photo pricks prefer to ignore or an approximate solution aimed only at low-demand customers. As a matter of fact, truth lies somewhere in between those two…

New reviews listed

I just added a large quantity of camera reviews in all the SLR camera pages. About 15 of them, in all languages starting with English of course, but also in French and in Spanish. Most of them are for the Sony Alpha 55. Many reviewers have been attracted to this innovative photo camera.

ACR 6.2 and LR 3.2 love Sony

Yes! Adobe loves Sony. The final releases of DNG Converter 6.2, Adobe Camera Raw 6.2 and Lightroom 3.2 includes RAW file conversion for the Sony Alpha 33, Alpha 55, Alpha 290, Alpha 390, NEX-5 and NEX-3. Those were included in the Release Candidate versions, but they become official/final now. Of course, other cameras are also…

Photokina 2010: Sony reborn

2010 is decidedly a critical year for Sony: Nearly all the photography product portfolio is going to be renewed and many innovations are coming to sustain this. Even better, at the end of September, the Photokina fair in Köln, Germany, will allow Sony to announce and present several key products defining this rebirth, this jump…