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Weather resistance is an important attribute of professional cameras that need to endure difficult shooting environments. To see how well some of the top cameras on the market would fare in the rain, Imaging Resource decided to conduct a water torture test, which you can watch in the 5-minute video above.The cameras tested were the Nikon D850, Sony a7R III, Canon 5D Mark IV, and Olympus OM-D EM-1
Hitting theatres last Friday, Proud Mary is a new action film starring Taraji P. Henson, who you might be familiar with from the television shows Empire and Person of Interest. While blockbuster movies are typically out of our wheelhouse here at Imaging Resource, Proud Mary is interesting to Sony fans in particular because it was filmed using the Sony A7S II, Sony A9 and the Sony RX0. The A7S II
Our first Firmware Friday roundup of the year arrives a week later than usual, with no new releases having landed over the New Year's period. This week, though, we have news to report from Fujifilm, Panasonic and Sony, with the latter in particular having some exciting new features on offer. Let's get right down to what's new, starting off with Sony's big news! Sony Alpha A9 Firmw
The wired control accessory that Sony promised for the RX0 has arrived, as well as PlayMemories Mobile app update to enable more wireless control options. The CCB-WD1 Camera Control Box allows for more precise synchronization of multi-camera setups ideal for VR capture, and can be used to create effects like 'bullet time.'The Camera Control Box offers Video Sync for frame-by-frame synchronization
Sony has introduced an optically stabilized 18-135mm F3.5-5.6 zoom lens that is 'an ideal fit' for its a6000 series of mirrorless cameras. The lens, equivalent to 27-202.5mm on APS-C bodies, features 2 ED and 1 aspherical elements, a minimum focus distance of 45cm and a weight of just 325 g.The 18-135mm F3.5-5.6 OSS will be available in February for $599/£570. We wouldn't be at all surprised to s
Sony has announced their 46th lens for E-Mount, the 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 OSS. This kind of "do it all" lens is most commonly found as a kit-like option for new photographers and allows them to try a wide range of focal lengths as they learn the craft. Sony's announcement reaffirms their commitment to APS-C sensors and not just their full frame options. We say reaffirms, as last August Sony told
Photographer and YouTuber Manny Ortiz recently put together what he calls "the sexiest camera and lens combo" he has ever held: combining the DPReview Product of the Year Sony a7R III with Canon's beastly 200mm F2L IS USM. He wanted to see if this $5,700 lens could live up to its potential on Sony's latest mirrorless flagship, so he took it with him to a family photo shoot and brought along the v
Over at Sony Alpha Universe, a trio of Sony Artisans have shared their perspectives on a variety of Sony E-mount lenses. While the company is of course trying to advertise their products, it is nonetheless interesting to hear what these pros think about certain lenses and learn more about how they utilize their glass to deliver their artistic visions. First up are a pair of videos featuring Brian
Over at Adorama, there are a few great deals to help you ring in 2018. For starters, you can save $550 via an instant rebate on a Sony A7R II camera with a Sony vertical grip. The A7R III may be the new camera, but keep in mind that the A7R II includes a very similar sensor and is still a great camera. If you want to save some money and get a grip to boot, the deal below is a solid option. There
One of the most popular aspects of Sony mirrorless cameras is that you can adapt a wide variety of lenses to the cameras while maintaining autofocus features and functionality. For example, you can attach a Canon lens to your Sony camera and keep full eye autofocus. In the video below, photographer Manny Ortiz recently attached a Canon 200mm f/2 lens to his Sony A7R III. To adapt the lens to the


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