Sony has released internationally valid firmware updates for both the Alpha 77, Alpha 65 and NEX-7. Both updates have similarities, mainly adding a menu item to lock the Movie button and prevent accidental video takes. This is more important than it might seem, as the Sony memory card structure only permits video or stills to . . . → Read More: Firmware updates for Alpha 77, Alpha 65, NEX-7, NEX-5R, NEX-6
A new firmware update further boosts operability of the α77 and α65 Translucent Mirror cameras from Sony.
Available for free download from 29 March 2012, firmware version 1.05 adds several enhancements to both cameras. Alongside heightened responsiveness, it improves operability of both cameras with a wider choice of A-mount optics by Carl Zeiss and Sony.
. . . → Read More: Alpha 77 and 65 Firmware 1.05 released
The download is approximately 65MB of data in a Mac .dmg mountable disk image, or some other stuff for Windows.
The process will take about seven to ten minutes overall including downloading, opening and completing the procedure. You need a battery for the camera with at least three bars showing – preferably fully charged . . . → Read More: Sony Alpha 77 & 65 Firmware v1.04 download
A recording – advance for half an hour or so to miss the lengthy setting-up process – is available of the web Q&A which Paul Genge of Sony handled tonight for a UK and worldwide audience of over 450 web-browsers.
Here are some resumé details and comments made during watching the webcast:
Paul failed . . . → Read More: Sony UK’s live Q&A webcam sesssion
All the predicted new models from Sony were unveiled today – the Alpha 77, Alpha 65, NEX-7, NEX-5n and NEX-VG20.
Full details are up on Sony’s websites. The A77/65 cameras will be on sale from October 2011 onwards. View Sony press information online.
Those who grab the cameras will find the virtual 1.09X 100% field . . . → Read More: Sony launches new range Alpha, NEX