Category Archives: Sony

Sony’s Q1 FY2019 financial results are out

Sony Q1 FY2019 financial results are now available online (Sony cameras and other electronics are reported in one and it is hard to tell how well their camera segment is doing):

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Seven new Sony sensors ranging from 15-102MP (IMX311, IMX313, IMX409, IMX410, IMX521, IMX554, IMX555)

SonyAddict located several new unannounced Sony sensors ranging from 15-102MP:

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Sony RX100 VII camera officially announced with a9 level speed performance (there is no new RX100 V model)

The Sony RX100 VII camera is now officially announced as Nokishita already predicted yesterday (there is no new RX10 V model of course). The US price is $1,198 (pre-orders will open soon). Here are the basic specifications: Newly developed 1.0-type stacked 20.1 MP Exmor RS™ CMOS image sensor with DRAM chip and latest generation BIONZ X™image processor Alpha 9-level […]

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Sony RX100 VII camera to be announced next with “AF performance equivalent to the Sony α9”

A new Sony RX camera was supposed to be already announced multiple times according to sketchy online sources. Nokishita finally reported some reliable info on what’s next from Sony – a new RX100 VII (not a new Rx1 or RX10 as already reported online). Here are the rumored Sony RX100 VII specs: Blackout-free continuous shooting […]

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Sony a7R IV: the lie of “medium format-level image quality”

From PetaPixel regarding Sony’s claim of “medium format-level image quality” for the new 61MP a7R IV mirrorless camera:

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Sony a7R IV now available for pre-order

The new Sony a7R IV mirrorless camera is now available for pre-order at Adorama, B&H and Amazon. Shipping will start on September 12th.

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The Sony a7R line is getting bigger (just like any other mirrorless camera)

I updated my post about high-end mirrorless cameras keep getting bigger with the latest Sony a7R versions comparison (Sony a7R vs. Sony a7R II vs. Sony a7R III vs. Sony a7R IV camera size comparison – click for larger view): Fact: high-end mirrorless cameras keep getting bigger Screenshots via

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