Category: Sony

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Sony Alpha A7 Family – Which One To Choose? A7 (ILCE-7) vs A7M II (ILCE-7M II) vs A7r (ILCE-7R) vs A7s (ILCE-7s).

Introduction: On October 16, 2013, Sony made a small revolution in photographic community by announcing their A7 (ILCE-7) and A7r (ILCE-7r) cameras. While not being first to introduce full frame sensor in small, compact mirror-less body (this primacy belongs to Leica), Sony A7 was clearly smallest and most importantly affordable FF camera, while Sony A7r…

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Firmware 1.20 for Sony A6000 (ILCE 6000) and A7 (ILCE 7) model line (A7, A7r, A7s and A7MII)

Just a short notice that new firmware 1.20 for Sony A6000 and A7 models (A7, A7r, A7s and A7 MII) was released. You can download it from the following links: Sony ILCE-7 (Sony A7) - http://www.sony.co.uk/support/en/product/ILCE-7 Sony ILCE-7r (Sony A7r) - http://www.sony.co.uk/support/en/product/ILCE-7R Sony ILCE-7s (Sony A7s) - http://www.sony.co.uk/support/en/product/ILCE-7S Sony ILCE-7MII (Sony A 7 Mark II) - http://www.sony.co.uk/support/en/product/ILCE-7M2 Sony ILCE-6000…

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Sony A7II, closer look at new (and old) features.

Sony recently announced new full frame camera from Alpha 7 family - first update release - Sony A7II. Among other features, certainly most discussed one is implementation of the in body sensor image stabilization - 5 axis IBIS! Sony most probably took this technology from Olympus, who's own micro four third cameras might be seriously…

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Sony FE 70-200 f/4 G OSS Lens Review – Part 4 – Final Word

You can read first part of the review here - http://www.verybiglobo.com/sony-fe-70-200-f4-g-oss-lens-review-part-1/, second part here - http://www.verybiglobo.com/sony-fe-70-200-f4-g-oss-lens-review-part-2/, and third part here - http://www.verybiglobo.com/sony-fe-70-200-f4-g-oss-lens-review-part-3/ I spent almost two months with the Sony FE 70-200 F/4 G OSS now, and I have crystal clear opinion about the lens. In short - it's very good. This post will therefore…

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Sony FE 70-200 f/4 G OSS Lens Review – Part 3

The first part of this review can be found here – http://www.verybiglobo.com/sony-fe-70-200-f4-g-oss-lens-review-part-1/ and the second here - http://www.verybiglobo.com/sony-fe-70-200-f4-g-oss-lens-review-part-2/ Let's take a look at 200mm performance and few more aspects starting with obligatory ISO 12333 chart. (Please note, that chart has over 70cm width, but the distance from the camera was still close to MFD. That…

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Sony FE 70-200 f/4 G OSS Lens Review – Part 2

The first part of this review can be found here - http://www.verybiglobo.com/sony-fe-70-200-f4-g-oss-lens-review-part-1/ In this part, I will take a look at 100mm performance and something that arisen, during the test as an interesting topic for debate. Let's take a brief look at obligatory ISO 12333 chart. Please note, that chart has over 70cm width, but…

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Photokina 2014 – Sony first impression – FE 16-35 f/4 OSS ZA – some RAW samples for download

I promised to add some RAW files taken with Sony FE 16-35mm f/4 ZA OSS Vario-Tessar T* and A7r for download. Please note, that the conditions were more than difficult, low lighting, lot of people around, no good target, possible miss focusing (I used manual focus on Sony sign in the middle of the frame)…

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Photokina 2014 – Sony FE 28-135 f/4 G OSS first impressions

New Sony FE 28-135 f/4 G OSS Power Zoom lens is the first lens in Sony FE line that is clearly targeted for video use. It is huge in size, (compared to standard FE lenses), but not very heavy. Being made from polycarbonate, lens has rubber rings for aperture and focus, both being ribbed for…

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Photokina 2014 – Sony first impression – FE 16-35 f/4 OSS ZA

Just a brief report from Sony stand. It's huge. There are many stands on which you can hold and try most of the novelties, and some very expensive video cameras and many different tools and toys. http://youtu.be/9LCVq4azyzQ?list=UUrgZ0xuwSLetdhvrLQqa7BA When I approached closest stand, my hands felt instantly on the long-expected Sony 16-35/4 OSS and I asked…

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