Sony A6000 review

Even though for marketing reasons NEX brand has stayed on the middle of the road, the main character of our analysis is the spiritual heir of the Sony NEX-6, one of the best surprises of last year in the CSC sector. With the A6000, the Japanese brand wants to consolidate …

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The Alpha 5100 is Sony’s last integrated APS-C

This camera substitutes the NEX-5T as entry model of Sony’s interchangeable lens offer. It introduces the user to the power of the Bionz X and its fast focus hybrid system AF of 192 points per focal plane phase that is translated as automatic tracking, both on a fixed photo and …

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New Fujifilm Patent: Hybrid Autofocus Pixels

Fujifilm has recently patented new technology related to a future sensor: hybrid autofocus pixels. According to the Japanese website Egami, these hybrid pixels will substitute for phase-detection pixels, used up until now in camera sensors like the Fuji X-E2 or X-T1, which allow for a huge improvement in autofocus velocity …

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Pentax Q-S1: all the details about the new super-compact CSC

The leaks this time were right. In the last few days news has been going around about the possible configuration of a new Pentax mirrorless camera with a compact design and a classic look that would afford users the manual controls normally found in an advanced camera. And the predictions …

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New Metz 64 AF-1 digital flash (for Canon and Nikon)

Announced as “one of the sensational new products that METZ will present at Photokina 2014 in September,” the German company has launched its new flash, the Metz 64 AF-1 digital, with versions for Canon and Nikon. The new Metz mecablitz 64 AF-1 digital flash is the brand’s new flagship model …

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Canon whips out zoom in its new PowerShot SX520 HS and SX400 IS

In addition to looking for compact, pocket-size models of camera, many other users are interested in all-terrain cameras that allow for the capture of images in all types of situations. These bridge cameras, which are halfway between single-lens reflex and point-and-shoot cameras, are the kind that Canon has wanted to …

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How to show your photos physically and digitally

Today we frequently have the opportunity to take photos often that we practically dedicate ourselves to accumulate images. How many photos have you printed in the last year? And how many times do you re-visit your archive to remember precious moments? Take your photos out of your memory box and …

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Sony will work on a curved sensor for smartphones

Sony, as it has done in the past, is one of the brands that, while not always right, are driving the photographic sector based almost on constant innovations each month. The latest news coming from the hand of DPReview, is the possibility that Sony is working to mount a curved …

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