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  • Sony Alpha 100-900 • Re: Sony a77II discontinued December 8, 2016
    ???Statistics: Posted by CHOLLY — Thu Dec 08, 2016 4:55 pm
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  • Sony Alpha 100-900 • Re: Sony a77II discontinued December 8, 2016
    I just wondered if one of the Sony Systems E mount APS-C such as the NEX/A6XXXX, E mount FF or either A mount APS-C or A mount FF, is going to survive, some photo writer on another forum felt Sony are running too many alternatives and felt one of them won't survive in a diminishing […]
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  • Sony Alpha 100-900 • Re: Sony a77II discontinued December 8, 2016
    The only difference is as far as I can tell is the actual camera body.Excluding of course the actual sensor unit. I am rather confused as to what point classiccamera is attempting to make.Statistics: Posted by peterottaway — Thu Dec 08, 2016 11:24 am
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  • Sony Alpha 100-900 • Re: Sony a77II discontinued December 7, 2016
    There are full frame E mount cameras just like there are full frame A mount cameras. The lens mounts don't change due to sensor size... but the lenses do.And with Sony cameras and lenses, you can use full frame and APS-C designated lenses on both full frame and APS-C sensor cameras. Interchangeably.I'd LOVE to see […]
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  • Sony Alpha 100-900 • Re: Sony a77II discontinued December 6, 2016
    Which E mount APS-C or FF, or both, even though certain aspects of both are not compatibleStatistics: Posted by classiccameras — Tue Dec 06, 2016 4:36 pm
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Sigma’s system revolution

Sigma Imaging, already one of our favourite lens makers, has announced upgrades and new functions for their entire system which will transform the way it works with all the major camera systems.

The new DC 17-70mm f/2.8-4 – DC (APS-C format) lenses have never been given the EX designation, even when they clearly matched . . . → Read More: Sigma’s system revolution

Photokina new matte box, 55-300mm

Made by Sony according to girl on photokina stand after asking bloke. But closer examination matte box/rig says Genius as the maker so pretty sure it’s third party. Similar shown on other cameras.

55-300mm SAM DT.

We were allowed to take test shots briefly with the Alpha 99 and 28-75mm SAM lens. The . . . → Read More: Photokina new matte box, 55-300mm

A divided path for Sony

Most Japanese camera companies have divisions, groups, and teams right down to the very last individual product. Even a single lens design may have its own small team, from R&D and design down to final assembly. What we are seeing happen in Sony right now is the result of complex competition and collaboration between several . . . → Read More: A divided path for Sony

Last call for Sony Awards entries

Wednesday 07 December, the World Photography Organisation, issues a last call for entries for the 2012 Sony World Photography Awards, the world’s most comprehensive photography competition. The deadline for entries is Wednesday 04 January 2012 giving photographers from across the world just four weeks left to enter.

The Sony World Photography Awards is free to . . . → Read More: Last call for Sony Awards entries