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DPReview: Inside Sony Kumamoto Summary

Image courtesy of DPReview A few organizations were invited to Sony’s Kumamoto factory for a tour and interview after it was back up and running and Image Resource was the first to publish their articles, which you can read here and here. Now DPReview has published their account and while similar it is worth covering for […]

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IR: Inside Sony Kumamoto Summary

Image courtesy of image-resource Imaging-resource went inside Sony Kumamoto after the earthquake and received unprecedented access. Previously IR released footage of the quake and cleanup effort, which you can view here, but today they released one of many follow-up stories to come. Below are the key points. Photos from the article were hand picked by Sony “There’s a […]

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Sony Interview: Solidly #2 Worldwide and APS-C Forever

Image-Resource, DPReview, Digital PhotoPro and SLR Lounge had a sit down with a Sony panel about their camera division and IR was so excited about the interview they dropped a clip from it for us to analyze. In order: The bloggers said there was a perception Sony was focused on full frame cameras and Sony executives responded“APS-C […]

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The Real Impact of The Sony Kumamoto Factory Earthquake

Natural disasters are a part of life, but the Kumamoto Earthquake practically brought the entire camera production industry to a halt, with several camera launches being delayed and many other cameras being unobtainable since roughly 70% of all sensors are manufactured in the Sony Kumamoto Factory. Being located less than 20 kilometers from the epicenter of the quake […]

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Sony Star Eater Petition

If you care about IQ and image purity than you should support the correction of the star eater noise reduction problem currently plaguing Sony’s lineup of cameras. I spend a lot of time and money on my astrophotography, which is why I don’t use Sony cameras for it, but if you only shoot Sony this […]

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Sony Truck Stolen on The Way to NAB 2017

Sony’s truck was stolen enroute to NAB 2017 according to CanonRumors. It’s unclear what the thief’s were after, but maybe some of Sony’s announcements will hit the black market soon. This isn’t the first time Sony has had their trucks stolen either… maybe they should hire some security. Via Photo Rumors

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