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Sony a7III’s New Sensor Explored

Photons to Photos is the gold standard for independent sensor testing and while we usually end up getting a look at their dynamic range results first this time they decided to publish read noise vs ISO results first, which you can manipulate here. When comping the Sony a7III to the Sony a7II, Sony a7RIII, and Sony a9 we […]

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DPR Sony Interview: CP+ 2018: 400mm, Sony a9, a7, Firmware Updates, and More

DPReview released their interview with Kenji Tanaka from Sony today and you can find a summary below of the key points. Sony isn’t strictly defining the a7III, but says consumers and professionals can use it even though it’s their basic camera The Sony 400mm is a big deal going into 2018 Sports photographers are a […]

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Using Nikon and Canon Glass on Sony Cameras: TCSTV Covers MetaBones, Sigma, Commlite Adapters

Sony’s current generation of cameras work very well with adapted glass in 2018. The Sony a7RIII, a7III, and a9 all are able to adapt Canon glass with close to native performance using the Metabones Smart Adapter or Sigma MC-11. Adapted Nikon glass is still about one generation behind the Canon adapters, but it is very usable […]

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Bob Martin is Using The Sony FE 400mm f/2.8 GM OSS at The PyeongChang Winter Olympics

Mikaela Shriffrin USA during first run picture Bob Martin #alpha9 #400mm #frostbite A post shared by Bob Martin (@bubblesontour) on Feb 15, 2018 at 6:45pm PST Photographer Bob Martin was the one spotted with the Sony FE 400mm f/2.8 GM OSS at the Winter Olympics last week and now his Instagram is filling with photos with the […]

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Doug Mills Switched To Sony a9

New York Times photographer Doug Mills switched to the Sony a9 after Sony let him demo the camera in Washington. He feels that it gives him a competitive advantage while working, because other photographers don’t know when he is shooting and as a result do not know what he is shooting. In this video interview […]

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Sony a9 and Sony a7RIII Performance Shooting an NFL Game

Two Twenty Studios sent me the above video showing how the Sony a9 with FE 100-400mm and Sony a7RIII with FE 70-200mm performed shooting an NFL game and it’s a good look at the kind of performance you can expect from the combo. I am loving the Sony a7RIII AF-C performance and it’s more than […]

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