Sony Cameras: Sony developing Cyber-shot camera with built-in 3G?
Posted by claudioon Saturday, March 12, 2011 @ 17:22:53 EST (3351 reads)
Sony is continually pushes the envelope for pocket cameras with its Cyber-shot series, whether it be producing even thinner cameras, expanding the rear displays and integrating 3D. This new rumored development, however, would be something completely different.
According to gdgt and its unnamed sources, Sony is “quietly” developing a digital camera that sports built-in 3G for the purpose of uploading photos and videos to social networking sites such as Facebook, Flickr and YouTube.
Sony Cameras: Sony Announces New Entry-Level D-SLRs
Posted by claudioon Sunday, June 20, 2010 @ 08:31:11 EDT (2913 reads)
On Wednesday, Sony announced two new additions to the company's Alpha D-SLR line.
Both cameras will feature a 14.2-megapixel image sensor that is APS-C size (23.5 mm by 15.7mm). Since the image sensors use the cheaper CCD sensors, both cameras are priced under $600 (with lens), as opposed to more expensive D-SLRs which use CMOS sensors.
First up is the new Sony Alpha A290; based on the photos and specifications, it looks very similar to the $450 Sony Alpha A230, with a 2.7-inch LCD, 9 focus points, HDMI out, and storage via SDHC and USB memory sticks. The most noticeable difference is the bump from 10.2 to 14.2 megapixels. Like the A230, the A290 will include a 18-55mm lens but sell for $499.99. Sony will also continue to sell the A230.
Sony Cameras: Sony Rumor: 2011 iPhone Coming with an 8MP Sony Photo Camera?
Posted by claudioon Thursday, April 15, 2010 @ 08:05:35 EDT (4011 reads)
Ok, I know that Apple didn’t even announce the 2010 iPhone, but it looks like the Cupertino company is thinking ahead and already has plans for its fifth-generation iPhone, which will presumably be launched in 2011.
Analyst Ashok Kumar is (again) claiming to have some inside info – he’s quoted by The Street as saying that Apple has chosen Sony as supplier of 8MP camera modules for the 2011 iPhone.
The iPhones available at the moment have camera modules from OmniVision – which should also supply 5MP cameras for the iPhone expected to be unveiled this summer.
Sony Cameras: Sony Highlights Alpha Concept Models and Other New Digital Imaging Products at PMA 2010
Posted by claudioon Sunday, February 21, 2010 @ 19:28:55 EST (2140 reads)
Sony is exhibiting an array of innovative digital imaging products at the Photo Marketing Association (PMA) 2010 International Convention, including a concept model of the new compact a (alpha) DSLR camera system that employs an Exmor™ APS HD CMOS sensor, which provides full AVCHD video capability.
New concept a products being shown include an ultra compact model with interchangeable lenses, additions to the a family (including a successor to the a700), along with new TX5 and H55 Cyber-shot® cameras, new printers and other accessories.
Sony Cameras: [CES 2010] Sony Unveils First Compac Digital Still Cameras with High Definition 1090i AVCHD Video Capablity
Posted by claudioon Friday, January 08, 2010 @ 00:07:03 EST (2137 reads)
Sony took the wraps off two new Cyber-shotÂ® digital still cameras today that create a new standard of mobility with technologies that answer consumersâ€™ on-the-go needs.
Sony has designed two new innovative Cyber-shot cameras (models DSC-HX5V and DSC-TX7) that are the worldâ€™s first compact digital still cameras to include full HD (1920 x 1080 60i) Advanced Video Codec High Definition (AVCHD) video capability. They are also the worldâ€™s smallest and thinnest AVCHD capable cameras.
These are the first Cyber-shot cameras with an in-camera Backlight Correction High Dynamic Range (HDR) feature for managing difficult lighting situations and TransferJetâ„˘ wireless technology for sharing, storing and viewing images. The HX5V model is also the worldâ€™s first still camera to include GPS + Compass and Optical SteadyShotâ„˘ with Active Mode technologies.
Posted by claudioon Sunday, December 20, 2009 @ 15:52:36 EST (1970 reads)
Sony Alpha 3D SLR camera : Sony is bidding high with its innovative 3D technology. At first you might think that Sony is only focusing on 3D TV and peripheral equipment such as Blu-ray players and PlayStation3 multimedia devices. However, when we take a closer look at Sonyâ€™s plans, we can expect quite a bit of 3D technology for 2010. What to think about Sony Alpha 3D cameras? Yes indeed, Sony is going to make Alpha DSLR cameras apt for 3D technology! Sony sees the market divided into 3 segments: creative, distribution and display. The Display segment seems pretty transparent, think of Sony 3D television, but also of PlayStation3 and VAIO notebooks.
Posted by claudioon Sunday, October 04, 2009 @ 23:10:24 EDT (2101 reads)
Sony has developed a movie camera capable of shooting 3D images with a single lens and plans to unveil it at next week's Ceatec show in Tokyo.
By utilizing a single lens the camera neatly solves one of the problems associated with current 3D photographic technique: the complicated set-up required for dual lenses. When using a camera with two lenses -- one for the right image and one for the left -- the lenses must be carefully aligned and synchronized so that the resulting images maintain the same degree of 3D perception when see by viewers.
Sony Cameras: Sony Pushes Memory Stick to Two Terabytes of Storage
Posted by claudioon Thursday, August 06, 2009 @ 22:45:14 EDT (2324 reads)
With the Secure Digital (SD) card format, we have a maximum capacity of 2GB. Then they bumped up that capacity by offering us the SDHC format and, in the near future, we’ll be looking at SDXC cards for even more storage. Not to be outdone, Sony is pushing its own memory card format too. You will soon have a Memory Stick with a full two terabytes of space.
Just as the SD people decided to go with SDXC to indicate its extra capacity, Sony has also christened its new format as the Memory Stick XC. Interestingly, the MS-XC actually uses some SDXC technology to go with its exFAT file system. You’ve got to find a way to stuff that much memory into such a smal stick, right?
Sony Cameras: [CES 2009] Sony Unveils World's First WI-FI Digital Camera with Web Browser
Posted by claudioon Friday, January 09, 2009 @ 12:26:35 EST (2690 reads)
With a focus on making photo sharing easier and more convenient, Sony today introduced the worldâ€™s first Wi-FiÂ® enabled digital camera that uploads photos and videos to Web sites through any public hotspot due to its built-in Web browser.
The new Cyber-shot DSC-G3 digital still camera answers one of the most pressing needs for photo enthusiasts: how to share those amazing photos and video clips of family, friends and events as soon as you shoot. The Cyber-shot camera makes it easy to upload images and video directly to popular photo and video sharing sites wherever a Wi-Fi connection is available.
Sony Cameras: Sony intros 12.2-megapixel DSLR-A700 camera
Posted by claudioon Monday, December 17, 2007 @ 11:14:09 EST (3168 reads)
Sony introduced its DSLR-A700, a new member of its Alpha digital Single Lens Reflex (SLR) camera line. The new camera ships in October for about $1400.
The DSLR-A700 features a 12.2-megapixel CMOS sensor paired to a newly developed auto focus system featuring 11 wide-area sensors. It also sports a 3-inch LCD viewscreen. It sports a maximum shutter speed of 1/8000th of a second and records images in digital raw or JPEG formats.
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