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Rayqual Lens Adapters Give Sony NEX Cameras Options

Rayqual Lens Adapters Give Sony NEX Cameras Options

Options never hurt. That's why we're happy to hear that the Sony NEX line of mirrorless cameras is going to get a few options for themselves here shortly. Thanks to Rayqual, a manufacturer out of Japan, the pair of cameras is primed and ready to get Leica, Nikon, and Canon lenses attached to their faces. Something as simple as a lens adapter is the catalyst, making it possible for us to take even better shots than we could before.

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Sony NEX-5 stock reaches UK retailer

Sony NEX-5 stock reaches UK retailer

UK camera specialists Jessops have announced that they have the "first UK stock" of the Sony NEX-5, with the 14.2-megapixel interchangeable lens camera priced at £589 ($868) complete with the 18-55mm zoom lens.  In addition, they have the NEX-5 16mm/18-55mm kit on offer - which comes with the zoom lens and a fixed lens - for £679 ($1,000).

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Sony NEX-7 with 1080p coming later in 2010

Sony NEX-7 with 1080p coming later in 2010

Sony's NEX-3 and NEX-5 are all well and good, but with high definition recording topping out at 1080/60i there's a distinct lack of 1080p HD goodness in the range.  According to EOSHD's sources - previously accurate in their NEX predictions - that'll be taken care of with the Sony NEX-7 later in the year.  That camera will use an APS-C chip, though a different one to what's found in the NEX-3/5, capable of 1080p@60, 1080p@24 and 720p@120/60 for super slow-motion.

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Sony NEX-5 review round-up

Sony NEX-5 review round-up

Sony's two new NEX-5 and NEX-3 digital cameras may only have officially made their debut today, but the first reviews and previews are already in.  Overall, the judgement seems positive: the two interchangeable-lens cameras are compact, certainly smaller than a regular DSLR, and image quality seems to have surprised many with just how impressive it is.  "For a small camera to output ISO 3,200 images that look amazing when printed at 13x19 inches: that's worth noticing" say Imaging Resource, for instance.

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Sony concept AVCHD Exmor APS HD interchangeable-lens camcorder previewed [Video]

Sony concept AVCHD Exmor APS HD interchangeable-lens camcorder previewed [Video]

It's not just Sony's α-series NEX-5 and NEX-3 digital cameras that the company envisages having interchangeable lenses; they've also revealed a concept AVCHD HD camcorder which would use the same E Mount lenses (or the A Mount adapter for regular DSLR lenses from the company's range).  According to the Sony blog, the so-far unnamed camcorder will arrive in the fall 2010; however AV Watch caught some live shots of what's presumably a non-functional mock-up over in Japan.

Video demo after the cut

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Sony NEX-5 and NEX-3 ultra-compact DSLRs debut

Sony NEX-5 and NEX-3 ultra-compact DSLRs debut

Sony have delivered on their promise of a new Micro Four Thirds style camera with not just one but two new models.  The Sony α NEX-5 and NEX-3 unsurprisingly bear a striking resemblance to the "interchangeable lens concept" shown earlier this year, and each have a new 14.2-megapixel Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor; as well as stills, that's good for up to 1080i HD video recording on the NEX-5 and 720p on the NEX-3.

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Hasselblad Lunar promises otherworldly photos for $6.5k

Hasselblad Lunar promises otherworldly photos for $6.5k

Esoteric camera company Hasselblad may not be ready to launch its "ultimate luxury" mirrorless, interchangeable lens camera, but that doesn't mean it's not going to shout about the new Lunar from the rooftops. Revealed today and set to hit the market early in 2013, the curvaceous camera is expected to use an APS-C 24.3-megapixel sensor with 25-point AF and Full HD video recording, sourced from Sony's NEX-7.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: August 3, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: August 3, 2012

Welcome to the weekend, everyone! We're about ready to dive into the weekend ourselves, but not before we deliver the evening wrap-up. As with every other day this week, today gave us some more news about Apple's patent trial with Samsung, with Judge Lucy Koh interviewing each and every one of the jurors to make sure they weren't being swayed by any outside influences. Apple's senior VP of worldwide marketing Phil Schiller took the stand today to convince the jury that the iPhone's design was unique, while the company's legal counsel did its best to make sure that Samsung didn't share any iPhone sales numbers. Judge Koh also said that Apple wasn't allowed to keep its customer survey results a secret, so Samsung did get a bit of news that could help it out as the trial progresses.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: August 3rd, 2012

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: August 3rd, 2012

This morning you'll be glad to know that BioWare is bringing on one whole heck of a lot of details on both Leviathan and Firefight Mass Effect 3 DLC - grab it all! If you're interested in Activision's quarterly report, you'll be jumping right in on Diablo 3 and their massive amount of users in their first full quarter. Have a peek at our quick interview with wearable technology startum mc10 and make your next t-shirt a trackable one! If you're following the Apple vs Samsung case, you'll find that Samsung's evidence bin has been all but smucked out.

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Nikon outs six new Coolpix cams

Nikon outs six new Coolpix cams

I mentioned this morning already that Sony has unveiled its new DSLR and other cameras. Nikon is also showing off some new point and shoot digital cameras in the Coolpix family. The new cameras include the Coolpix P7100, AW100, S1200pj, S8200, S6200, and the S100. The P7100 is a 10.1MP camera with a 3-inch rear LCD. The lens is a 7.1x optical zoom unit with wide-angle. The camera has full manual controls with dials and will be shipping in September for $499.95.

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