Engadget has just posted a full review of the newly announced Sony a7R IV ( Amazon/ B&H/ Adorama). It is “the best mirrorless camera ever built”, leaving rivals choking on its dust! Continue reading
Sony has just officially announced the Sony A9 II. It is the company’s sports-oriented full-frame mirrorless camera, featuring a 24MP stacked CMOS sensor of 20 fps burst shooting, 693-point phase-detect covering 93% of the image area, Sony’s latest Real-Time Tracking system, an ISO range of 50-204,800 and oversampled UHD 4K video. This new camera costs $4,498, first available for pre-order at Amazon/ B&H/ Adorama. It will start shipping from November 6th, 2019. Continue reading
Sony Alpha a7S III is expected to be announced in eraly 2020. According to the latest rumors from SR3, this new camera will records 4k120p and no 8K. Continue reading
Good News!!! The new firmware Ver 6.00 for Sony A9 ( B&H/ Adorama/ Amazon) has just been released.
Good News!!! The newly announced Sony a7R IV ( Amazon/ B&H/ Adorama ) is now first in stock and shipping at FocusCamera. Continue reading
Good News!!! The newly announced Sony PXW-FX9 is now available for pre-order at B&H/ Adorama. Continue reading
Gordon Laing has just posted a full review of the newly announced Sony A6600 (Amazon/ B&H/ Adorama) at the Cameralabs. He compare Sony’s new flagship APS-C camera to Fujifilm X-T3. Continue reading
This is the first image of the upcoming Sony A9 II, leaked at the SR5. This new camera will be announced in October and displayed at the PhotoPlus show in New York (Oct 24-26). Continue reading
A New Sony mirrorless is coming! According to the latest rumors from Nokishita, this new camera will have the same Wifi capabilities of the Sony a7R IV (Amazon/ B&H/ Adorama).
In July 2019, Sony announced the new flagship full frame Sony a7R IV mirrorless camera (Amazon/ B&H/ Adorama). It is the fourth edition of the Sony a7R, featuring an updated 61MP Exmor R BSI CMOS sensor and BIONZ X image processor to render crisp and smooth images including the new UXGA (Ultra-XGA) OLED Tru-Finder, which has 5.76 million dots for enhancing details, brightness, and contrast. Below are the top recommended memory cards for Sony a7R IV. You can choose one or more card for your Sony a7R IV.