Today Sony launch the ultimate all-rounder, the A7 IV boasting a healthy 33 megapixels, high speed shooting, 4k video and Face, Eye and animal AF. We dig into the details on the Fixation blog.
Sony has announced a trio of compact lightweight prime lenses. These are all lighter and smaller than their closest G-Master equivalents thanks to their f2.8 and f2.5 apertures.
Sony have added a 50mm f/1.2 lens to their G Master stable of full frame lenses.
Sony introduce the A1 mirrorless camera body combining high resolution with high speed.
35mm lenses go hand in hand with reportage style photography; this new lens from Sony is equally capable of recording general views and natural looking portraits.
Whether you’re using the super-speedy A9 II, the ultra-sensitive A7S III or the high-resolution A7R IV, you’re absolutely spoiled for choice when it comes to Sony lenses.
Now that optical technology is improving and lenses like the 100-400mm are getting lighter and lighter, carrying a broad-range telephoto zoom lens could make more sense than carrying around multiple telephoto prime lenses.
Sony FE 12-24mm f/2.8 G Master is an extreme wide angle zoom lens for full frame Sony alpha bodies.
Sony has launched a new, small and lightweight, wide-angle prime lens. Meet the Sony FE 20mm f1.8 G.
Sony have just announced two releases in their ever growing E-mount lens lineup. The FE 600mm f/4.0 GM OSS and FE 200-600mm f/ 5.6-6.3 are both super-telephoto optics built to withstand the rigours of professional use.
We take an in-depth look at Sony's E-Mount cameras and walk you through the features of each respective model
We take an in-depth look at the different AF modes and settings on the Sony a9 and explain best practices for different situations.
Hugo Pettit recounts Gumball 3000: A mass collection of supercars, taking on a 3,000 mile journey from Riga to Mykonos in the summer of 2017.
The new Sony A7R III, announced recently, takes the high-resolution 42.4MP Exmor R CMOS image sensor found in the Mark II and gives it a speed boost.