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Monthly Archives: December 2019

24 Dec 2019

Sony’s semiconductor business is working around the clock keep up with image sensor demand

Sony is working around the clock to keep up with the demand for its image sensors, Bloomberg reported on Monday, but it’s still not enough. According to the report, Sony is running its image sensor manufacturing business 24/7 straight through th…

24 Dec 2019

The Fujifilm X-T3 is still our pick for the best camera under $1500

We’ve updated our guide to the best cameras under $1500 and despite some serious competition from newer models, Fujifilm’s excellent X-T3 remains our top pick in the price bracket.

23 Dec 2019

500px combines Terms of Service and Contributor Agreement, confusing some users

Photography community 500px recently updated its Terms of Service, adding its Contributor Agreement into the TOS to provide a single destination for both. As tends to be the case any time a social network or other service updates its TOS, some u…

23 Dec 2019

DPReview TV: The great ultra-wide sunstar shootout

We compared sunstars from eight ultra-wide full frame lenses, including both DSLR and mirrorless lenses, from Canon, Nikon, Panasonic, Sigma, Sony and Tamron, including:

  • Canon EF 16-35mm F2.8 III
  • Canon RF 15-35mm F2.8 IS
  • Nikon F 14-24mm F2.8
  • Nikon Z 14-30mm F4
  • Panasonic 16-35mm F4
  • Sigma 14-24mm F2.8
  • Sony 16-35mm F2.8 GM
  • Tamron 17-28mm F2.8

Who’s the winner? Watch the video and look at the samples below, then tell us which one you think is best in our poll (below).

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Sample gallery from this episode


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23 Dec 2019

Photographer Brandon Hill shoots portraits with the Sony Xperia 1 and Xperia 5

Sony’s Xperia 1 and Xperia 5 smartphones offer powerful photo and video features, including advanced face and eye-detection autofocus technologies inherited from Sony’s Apha-series mirrorless cameras. Sony’s Eye-AF works by analyzing the scene in front of the camera in real-time, and identifying and focusing on human eyes. If the camera or subject move, detected eyes and faces are tracked within the frame. A green square shows that an eye has been identified.

Portrait and commercial photographer Brandon Hill took the Sony Xperia 1 and Xperia 5 to House Studios recently, here in Seattle, to see how they performed. During a busy portrait shoot, Brandon worked with model and athlete Krista Armstead to put together several shooting scenarios, including indoor and outdoor lighting, and even a trampoline, to test the phones’ high-speed shooting and 4K video capabilities.

Sony Xperia portraits – pictures by Brandon Hill


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