Sony has displayed prototypes of six new interchangeable lenses for its Alpha series of DLSR cameras at this year’s PMA International Trade Show in Las Vegas.
The flagship model in Sony’s Alpha line-up offers more processing power with 50-megapixel resolution and 8K 25p video recording to meet professional requirements.
Sony’s latest 35mm f/1.4 prime lens is smaller and lighter than the earlier Zeiss FE 35mm f/1.4 lens and has a more sophisticated optical design and focusing system.
Sony has unveiled two new microphones for its mirrorless cameras, the Multi Interface Shoe compatible ECM-W2BT and the ECM-LV1 compact stereo Lavalier microphone.
Sony’s new video-optimised full-frame mirrorless camera has an updated sensor and processor for faster performance, improved noise reduction and a wider dynamic range.
Sony’s all-in-one zoom lens is compact and light enough for travellers and, thanks to its weather-resistant construction, versatile enough for photographers who want a one-lens solution.
Our technical tests confirmed the findings of our First Look assessments and confirm the Sony α7C is a viable choice for photographers who want to lighten their loads without compromising image quality.
A lightweight, weather-resistant retracting kit lens with a 28-60mm zoom range for Sony’s α7C camera.
Sony’s new 24-megapixel α7C is currently the smallest and lightest interchangeable-lens camera with optical in-body stabilisation plus professional 4K UHD movie functions.
Sony’s just-announced α7C is the smallest and lightest ‘full frame’ camera currently available and it comes with a new, retracting 28-60mm f/4-5.6 lightweight lens