Sony shooters rejoice, you can now tether directly into Lightroom


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Here is a screenshot I did not think I’ll see. Lightroom connected and tethered with a Sony A7III. I mean, Sony has been tethering with Capture One for ages, but Lightroom Classic? Uh uh! Mostly because Sony and Adobe never found a way to share the needed codebase. But now comes Tether Tools, and fr […]

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Sony shooters rejoice, you can now tether directly into Lightroom


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Here is a screenshot I did not think I’ll see. Lightroom connected and tethered with a Sony A7III. I mean, Sony has been tethering with Capture One for ages, but Lightroom Classic? Uh uh! Mostly because Sony and Adobe never found a way to share the needed codebase. But now comes Tether Tools, and fr […]

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Sony Spatial Reality Display: 3D without glasses for creatives


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Sony Spatial Reality Display: 3D without glasses for creativesSony announced the Spatial Reality Display (SR Display), said to offer designers and creators in film the means to bring ideas to life in stunning 3D displays, without the need for special glasses or HMDs.

Sony first showed the new Spatial Reality Display (SR Display) to attendees at the Consumer Electronics Show in January of this year, but now the company has it available for sale… if you’ve $4,999.99 to buy this display that does not require virtual reality glasses or any other type of headset. You also need a powerful computer to use it. Sony recommends an Intel

Sony Spatial Reality Display: 3D without glasses for creatives
Sony Spatial Reality Display: 3D without glasses for creatives
Sony Spatial Reality Display: 3D without glasses for creatives
Sony Spatial Reality Display: 3D without glasses for creatives

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Sony rumored to announce a new Sony FE 16mm f/1.8 GM lens in 2021


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Sony is rumored to announce a new Sony FE 16mm f/1.8 GM lens in 2021 that will be the size of the current FE 24mm f//1.4 GM lens (pictured above).

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Sony rumored to announce a new Sony FE 16mm f/1.8 GM lens in 2021


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Sony is rumored to announce a new Sony FE 16mm f/1.8 GM lens in 2021 that will be the size of the current FE 24mm f//1.4 GM lens (pictured above).

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Sony rumored to announce a new Sony FE 16mm f/1.8 GM lens in 2021


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Sony is rumored to announce a new Sony FE 16mm f/1.8 GM lens in 2021 that will be the size of the current FE 24mm f//1.4 GM lens (pictured above).

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Sony Imaging Edge Webcam software finally lets you use your Sony cameras on a Mac


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Sony has now released the Mac version of its Imaging Edge Webcam software, which allows you to use thirty six of Sony’s A & E mount interchangeable lens cameras and fixed lens cameras as webcams on your computer. Sony first released the software back in August, but it was only available for Windows at that […]

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Sony to Release Ultra-Fast, Ultra-Wide 16mm f/1.8 GM Lens in 2021: Report


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Astrophotographers take note: according to a new report, Sony is working on “the world’s fastest 16mm full-frame lens.” The rumored 16mm f/1.8 GM will be the fastest and widest prime lens in the Sony G Master arsenal, and one of the fastest ultra-wide primes on the market.

The news comes from Sony Alpha Rumors, who credits “a trusted source” with the information and seems very confident that this lens is definitely coming, and coming fairly soon at that.

The Sony 16mm f/1.8 G Master will supposedly arrive in “early 2021,” giving astrophotographers and wide-angle fiends

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Updated list of Sony rebates


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The updated list of new Sony rebates can be found here (see also the new Canon, Olympus, and Panasonic rebates):

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Updated list of Sony rebates


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The updated list of new Sony rebates can be found here (see also the new Canon, Olympus, and Panasonic rebates):

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Sony drops prices too


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In addition to Canon, Olympus, and Panasonic, Sony also introduced big price drops on their cameras and lenses (through October 18) – see the details at Adorama and B&H. A few examples:

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Sony drops prices too


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In addition to Canon, Olympus, and Panasonic, Sony also introduced big price drops on their cameras and lenses (through October 18) – see the details at Adorama and B&H. A few examples:

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Deep Discounts on Sony Cameras and Lenses This Week


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Though you can probably attribute the timing to Amazon Prime day (which takes place October 13-14), discounts on Sony camera equipment are not just reserved for Amazon’s buying holiday. Starting today and through the end of the week, you can score discounts on everything from the a9 and a7R IV to a host of lenses anywhere Sony is sold.

Though the notable sales include the most popular Sony cameras, the total discounts Sony is offering are extensive. The discounts are good anywhere Sony products are sold, so you don’t need to wait for Prime Day to start in order to

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Deep Discounts on Sony Cameras and Lenses This Week


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Though you can probably attribute the timing to Amazon Prime day (which takes place October 13-14), discounts on Sony camera equipment are not just reserved for Amazon’s buying holiday. Starting today and through the end of the week, you can score discounts on everything from the a9 and a7R IV to a host of lenses anywhere Sony is sold.

Though the notable sales include the most popular Sony cameras, the total discounts Sony is offering are extensive. The discounts are good anywhere Sony products are sold, so you don’t need to wait for Prime Day to start in order to

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A low-light machine: The Sony a7S III


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I was provided a short-term rental of the Sony Alpha a7S III for review of its video quality. As a user of Sony video cameras with E-mount lenses, such as the FS7, I was excited to see if this more portable, full-frame camera lived up to the hype. Video formats For starters, I was happy […]

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New Lightroom Plug-In Allows for Tethered Capture with Sony Cameras


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Tether Tools has announced the new Smart Shooter 4 plug-in (SS4) that enables full Sony camera tethering support for Adobe Lightroom Classic. Additionally, Tether Tools says SS4 will make for a faster and more stable connection with Nikon cameras.

The SS4 plugin supports tethered shooting and camera control inside of Lightroom Classic for Canon, Sony, and Nikon cameras. In addition to full camerea control via a computer, the plug-in will allow you to automatically apply Lightroom presets to images as they are imported into catalogs in real-time. You can also save the captured images to both your computer and the

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Is There Anything Nikon Can Do to Keep Up With the Competition?


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On the 14th of October, Nikon is set to announce its latest cameras. These are due to be updates to the Z 7 and Z 6 mirrorless cameras. There are a lot of expectations, but the biggest expected update for these cameras is… the second card slot.

The Uphill Battle

Public sentiment hasn’t been in Nikon’s favor for some time now. Currently, the company sits in fourth place in the mirrorless division, and it doesn’t look like it’s gaining any significant ground. Companies like Sony and Canon have cemented their positions already and unfortunately, Nikon just doesn’t have any seriously

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Sony LA-EA 5 Adapter Review: A Nice Gesture From Sony


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It has been a while since we talked about Sony A-mount. The A99 II felt like the last hurrah for the format when it was announced, and seeing continued support in any way probably wasn’t necessary from Sony, who has clearly moved on to the E-mount. The LA-EA 5 adapter, though, shows that despite not needing to, they still care about A-mount users.

DP Review just published this 7-minute video review in which gear reviewer Chris Niccolls tests the new adapter.

The LA-EA 5 is the third E-mount to A-mount adapter that Sony has produced. The first, the

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New Sony camera registered online (probably a camcorder)


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Sony has a new camera registered online (probably a camcorder):

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New Sony camera registered in China


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Sony has registered a new camera in China under the name WW638397 equipped with Wi-Fi (5GHz / 2.4GHz). Maybe this is one of the two new Sony cameras I reported a week ago.

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