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  • Alpha E-Mount system • Re: I am trying out the A6300 January 27, 2021
    I'll update things when I have had more time to use it, and what I think of it. Just in case anyone is contemplating trying one outI would say, if Canon come out with something a bit more on the ball aka RP price level, with IBIS and a better sensor - that would probably […]
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  • Alpha A-mount System • Back to the Fold January 26, 2021
    I could not resist a small return to A mount, after being disillusioned with Sony I went down the Micro 4/3 route Panasonic in fact and still love the system for various reasons I saw a A58 with under 1000 actuations in mint condition at my local photo shop, only £155, then I decided to […]
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  • Alpha E-Mount system • Re: I am trying out the A6300 January 24, 2021
    Good luck with whatever you decide.Statistics: Posted by bakubo — Sun Jan 24, 2021 10:01 pm
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  • Give it Your Best Shot • Re: Minolta (Sony) 500F8 Reflex January 24, 2021
    Look at those eyes.Damn.Statistics: Posted by jbtaylor — Sun Jan 24, 2021 4:09 pm
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  • Alpha E-Mount system • I am trying out the A6300 January 24, 2021
    I found a deal in Austria for the A6300 body. The idea being I might use it for a main video camera, and possibly to look at some lenses for reviews.The reason for not going to the newer bodies - mostly the uncertainty about adapters, in particular the lack of support for A6100/6400 with the […]
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Larmor 5th Generation glass screen protector with Sunshade

We’ve fitted GGS or similar toughened laminated glass screen protectors to our Sony bodies ever since way back in 2011, we were the first Alpha web resource to publish information about NEX screen delamination and how to repair a deteriorated LCD using one of these great products.

Replacing NEX LCD Cover Glass

Of course it . . . → Read More: Larmor 5th Generation glass screen protector with Sunshade

Lensmate custom kit for RX100

Lensmate produce an ultra lightweight filter adapter for the Sony Cyber-shot RX100, as well as selling some related accessories. We ordered from them a filter adapter kit including the 49mm threaded filter ring ($32.95) and to this order added Richard Franiec’s beautiful CNC machined aluminium custom body grip ($34.95) and a JJC Polycarbonate screen protector . . . → Read More: Lensmate custom kit for RX100

Replacing NEX LCD cover glass

The Sony NEX-5 and NEX-3 both use the same plastic-framed, metal stamping mounted rear 3 inch 16:9 LCD display for composition, menus and image review. The original LCD has a multilayer structure claimed by Sony to reduce reflections, increase contrast and resist scratches. But in use, these rear screens have shown a tendency for the . . . → Read More: Replacing NEX LCD cover glass

GGS Toughened Glass LCD Protectors for Alpha

Back in that first golden summer – well, it was late autumn going on winter, just the time to acquire a new DSLR when the days were short and the light awful – the Konica Minolta Dynax 7D arrived with a plastic screen protector in the box. A week later the first one had, after . . . → Read More: GGS Toughened Glass LCD Protectors for Alpha

A700 and A100 rear LCD screen resolution

Sony say that the Alpha 100 has a 230,000 pixel rear screen and the Alpha 700 has 920,000 pixels. What they don’t make entirely clear is how many individual R, G or B pixels are used to create each ‘pixel’ of the image (complete RGB). In fact the 920,000 pixel screen is VGA – 640 . . . → Read More: A700 and A100 rear LCD screen resolution