Search Results for: sony lens camera

Sony Xperia Honami reboots the Z in leaked phablet images

Sony Xperia Honami reboots the Z in leaked phablet images

If you'd been expecting the larger-than-life Sony Xperia Z upgrade code-named "Honami" disappear any time soon, you're in for a surprise. What we're seeing today are the most legitimate-looking images of the device that'll sit aside the Sony Xperia Z Ultra for size, here coming in with a black rim and that same lovely circular power button that makes the Z feel premium. Now we've just got to have a chat about the return of the full-glass-back.

Continue Reading...

Hasselblad Stellar leak beefs up Sony’s RX100

Hasselblad Stellar leak beefs up Sony’s RX100

This week it would appear that the team at Haselblad have been working on a custom modification of none other than the Sony RX100 according to several leaked images. This run of customizations would have a series of odd - and awesome - new grips for the machine while the outer body gains its own bit of Hasselblad-unique flare. Included in this lineup is a Padouk wood grip, carbon-fibre, Walnut, Wenge, Olive, and Mahogany.

Continue Reading...

Sony Cyber-shot RX1R hands-on and samples

Sony Cyber-shot RX1R hands-on and samples

Photographers still go wide-eyed when you tell them the Sony Cyber-shot RX1R has a full-frame sensor. The party-trick of 2012's RX1 is just as impressive in its new sibling; approached by a curious "enthusiast" while we were out in London this week testing out the updated version, we saw once again how disbelief quickly gave way to amazement and then lust when we explained the camera's 24-megapixel prowess (swiftly followed by horror at the $2,800 price tag). This time around, you're actually getting less with the RX1R: the anti-aliasing filter from the CMOS has been removed, for what Sony claims is an increase of detail. Read on for our first-impressions and some sample shots.

Continue Reading...

Sony Cyber-shot RX100 II hands-on (you want this camera)

Sony Cyber-shot RX100 II hands-on (you want this camera)

There's a sense that, for all the usual launch hyperbole, Sony didn't quite realize what a hit it would have with the original Cyber-shot RX100; that's not a mistake it's making second time around. The new Cyber-shot RX100 II builds on the same winning formula as before - fit a compact-scale body with a relatively large, 1-inch sensor for DSLR-style images in something eminently more portable - but improves the sensor and throws in more convenience features like an adjustable LCD, WiFi, and NFC. We took the Cyber-shot RX100 II to the streets of London to see what it could do, and whether this is the camera to make you leave your DSLR at home.

Continue Reading...

Sony CyberShot RX100 II boasts “DSLR” images from a point-and-shoot setup

Sony CyberShot RX100 II boasts “DSLR” images from a point-and-shoot setup

Alongside the CyberShot RX1R, Sony has unveiled a second addition to the RX-series: the RX100 II, which is a more powerful version of the RX100. Sony hails this camera as offering photographers DSRL-quality images from a compact camera setup, managing to pull this off in part due to the device's 1.0-type Exmor R backlit CMOS sensor, which offers 20.2-megapixels. We've got a gallery available after the jump.

Continue Reading...

Sony unveils Cybershot RX1R point-and-shoot with 24.3MP full-frame sensor

Sony unveils Cybershot RX1R point-and-shoot with 24.3MP full-frame sensor

Sony has announced one of its latest additions to the RX-series of CyberShot cameras: the RX1R. This compact point-and-shoot features, among other things, a full-frame 35mm 24.3-megapixel sensor, the same that was offered in the previously-released RX1 camera. Rather than replacing the RX1, this latest iteration complements the series with additional features and image quality that Sony says offers the "sharpest detail ever."

Continue Reading...

Prev 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Next