Sony Australia has announced the winners of the 2021 Alpha Awards, which are open to Australian and New Zealand photographers who use Sony Alpha cameras and lenses.
Sony has announced the finalists of its sixth annual Alpha Awards, which are open to Australian and New Zealand photographers from amateur to professional level.
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 quietly shifted from DSLR to mirrorless cameras with the discontinuation of its last remaining DSLR, the A99 Mark II.
Tamron has announced two new Sony RE-mount lenses – one for full-frame mirrorless, and one for APS-C mirrorless cameras – which are due for release in June.
Sony will expand its E-mount lens line-up with the release of the FE 14mm f/1.8 GM (model SEL14F18GM) lens next month.
Relatively compact and lightweight for their respective formats, the new lenses offer budget friendly prices that make them affordable for videographers.
New firmware version just released for Sony’s α 7S III camera adds the ability to shoot with Sony’s S-Cinetone picture profile and improved stabilisation.
May will see the local release of Sony’s latest G Lenses – the FE 50mm f/2.5 G, FE 40mm f/2.5 G and FE 24mm f/2.8 G, bringing its native E-mount lens family to 63 lenses.