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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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Soft strap ideal for Sony Alpha 99

Our Alpha 99 review will be up shortly – but in the meantime, here’s the strap I have been using on the 99. That little wallet attached to the strap has a secure, perfect fit holder for the 99 or NEX-6 flash shoe cover insert or for MS Pro Duo memory cards. Also, it is . . . → Read More: Soft strap ideal for Sony Alpha 99

Amazon – possible SanDisk UHS-1 card bargain

Yesterday we received two SanDisk 30MB/s 16GB SDHC cards from Amazon UK – £15.99 each, a couple of pounds more than regular Class 10 cards like the Transcends we normally use on all current Alpha and NEX models. You must have faster than 15MB/s for cameras such as the A55, A580 or NEX-5n not because . . . → Read More: Amazon – possible SanDisk UHS-1 card bargain

New ultra-fast, multi-terabyte memory cards on horizon

November 30, 2010 — SanDisk Corporation, Sony Corporation and Nikon Corporation today announced the joint development of a set of specifications that address the future requirements of professional photography and video markets. The three companies proposed the specifications to the CompactFlash® Association (CFA)*, the international standards organization, with the intent to standardize the format.

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MS Duo Pro catches up in speed

Sony press release:

Paris, 4 September 2008 – As the world moves on, files get bigger. From high-megapixel compact cameras to the latest Sony α Digital SLR with its 5 frames per second continuous shooting capability, the pressure is on for flash memory. High Definition camcorders are tightening the screw even further, so Sony Recording . . . → Read More: MS Duo Pro catches up in speed