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Sony SLT-A37 Digital Camera Review
sony20121112be.jpgFor some it may be all too common for the process of cleaning a room to result in a far messier room than was there to begin with. These are the people that discover. These are the people that re-discover and keep on re-discovering. It’s not a simple act of: I know what this is, I know where it goes, I’ll put it there. It complicates it a whole lot more because you want to know how to open it, try it out...
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Sony SLT-A65 Digital Camera Review
sony20121113ae.jpgThere comes a time in every man, woman and child's life when it's finished. When the drain of day to day life is over. When the job is done and you're finally set free. You build your whole life up to this moment. This one moment you have to stand out from the crowd. And when you finally make it, when you finally reach the end and embark upon what is known by many as: "a holiday" you'll want to be...
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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX20V Digital Review
sony20121112ae.jpgAs a child, the excitement that comes from Christmas is overwhelming. While you may be encouraged to enjoy giving just as much as receiving gifts, it’s often hard to contain the excitement of receiving a new toy. Excitement is gained from unwrapping the gift and discovering a whole new world: What is this? How does it work? What can I do with it? Unfortunately as you age...
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Sony NEX-5N Digital Camera Review
sony20121110ae.jpgThe thought of the reward after a long hard day, week or month of work is often the easiest thing to help get you through. Keeping your eye on the prize is motivation enough for most. When you finally achieve that prize the last thing you want to have to do is read the manual! All you’re longing for is to pick up your new toy and do what you’ve been wanting to for so...
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Sony NEX-7 Digital Camera Review
sony20120120ee.jpgIn August of 2011 Sony expanded the NEX series with the announcement of the NEX-7. Following our reviews of Sony’s NEX-3 and NEX-5, when we were offered the NEX-7 for review we couldn’t resist, especially since this camera is equipped with the same sensor as the Platinum Medal awarded A77 SLT, which produces beautiful 24 megapixel images. So read on…
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Sony A77 SLT Digital Camera Review
sony20111223-1e.jpgWhen the announcement of the Sony A77 hit the airwaves it was accompanied by a fair bit of hype, as the new hero in the SLT / DSLR Sony line up came with 12 fps Continuous Shooting, High-precision Continuous AF Translucent Mirror Technology, a 24.3 Megapixel Exmor APS-C size HD CMOS sensor and a newly developed BIONZ image processor. After a week with the camera we’ve put it…
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Sony a35 Digital Camera Review
sony20110807e.jpgSony has a long history of releasing cool electronic items and firsts in technology. In recent times Sony releases a translucent DSLR mirror and now the a35 has been lucky enough to score this technology. This new DSRL(T) is a pretty sharp little unit packed with plenty of features. This review is based on the body / single lens kit, [http://www.sony.com.au/product/slt-a35k]. The a35 promises…
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Sony a55 Digital Camera Review
sony20100930e.jpgEver heard of the term DSLT? Neither had I up until this point. Despite its remarkable resemblance to a DSLR in terms of appearance, handling and function it turns out that Sony’s 16.2-megapixel a55 is in fact a DSLT: a Digital Single Lens Translucent. In layman’s terms this means the internal mirror is fixed in position and needn’t move to allow light to pass through to the sensor, as it would in a DSLR...
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Sony NEX-3 Digital Camera Review
sony20100927e.jpgThe less expensive cousin to Sony’s NEX-5 (reviewed at Buy-n-Shoot back in mid 2010) differs literally only in a few areas to its counterpart: it’s slightly larger, doesn’t support HD movie mode (although it does record standard footage) and lacks an infrared remote receiver. Aside from that the NEX-2 is otherwise as equally as impressive.While the NEX-3 is, in truth...
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Sony Alpha NEX-5 Digital Camera Review
sony20100705e.jpgAt the time of its Australian release (May 10, 2010) the NEX-5K was touted as the world’s smallest and lightest interchangeable lens digital camera body and indeed has proven to be both of those things.The body alone weighs in at just 287g with both the battery and memory card on board and even when mounted with the 18-55mm lens, the entire unit remains remarkably lightweight. To compliment the ease of...
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Sony Alpha 850 DSLR Digital Camera Review
sony20100427be.jpgSony crashed the Full-Frame DSLR party in late 2008 when they released its A900. With its 24.6 megapixel CMOS sensor, Sony set the highest resolution of its class and has only now been equalled by a competitor with Nikon’s D3x. Now a year and a half down the track, Sony has release an ever so slightly toned down version of the A900 in the guise of the new A850. When it was initially released...
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Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-W320 Digital Camera Review
sony20100427e.jpgIf someone said you could be the owner of a 14.1megapixel ultra portable, lightweight, stylish compact camera for little more than a couple of hundred dollars, there’s every chance you wouldn’t believe them. But alas, check out Sony’s Cyber-Shot DSC-W320 and you’ll see that it could in fact be a reality. With a tiny 92.9 x 51.9 x 17.3mm body that weighs in at...
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Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-WX1 Digital Camera Review
sony091223e.jpgThere’s almost nothing bad to say about Sony’s Cyber-Shot DSC-WX1. This stylish and affordable unit is as easy to use as it is extremely compact and its tiny size denies the powerful internal back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor that helps the WX1 produce a grade of image quality rarely seen in cameras of its class. Particularly under low lighting conditions, the WX1...
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Sony Alpha 380 Digital Camera Review
sony091129e.jpgThe 14.2-megapixel tilt-screen Alpha 380 is the new and improved version of Sony’s a350 DSLR which, being originally released onto the market in January of 2008, was due for a minor upgrade given that in DSLR terms anything 18-months and beyond is practically considered old. This unit is one of three newly released DSLRs in the Sony range (alongside the a230 and the a330) and as its name...
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Sony a230 DSLR Digital Camera Review
sony091124e.jpgSony’s Alpha 230 is one of the lowest priced entry-level digital SLRs on the current market (at RRP $949 for the single lens kit and $1,199 for the twin lens kit) and for those about to graduate to the DSLR realm, it may be an option to consider especially given its simple design and overall user-friendliness. Whilst the differences between the a230 and its predecessor, the a200, seem fairly minimal minus some internal...
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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T700 Digital Camera Review
sony090902de.jpgThis is one classy looking camera. It just is. With a super sleek brushed metal finish, slim dimensions, a 3.5-inch touch-screen LCD that devours the entire back of its body and an impressive list of features to boot, the Cyber-shot DSC-T700 is everything a style-conscious happy snap lover could want. One simply cannot help but initially be struck by the sophisticated and streamlined appearance...
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Sony Alpha 900 DSLR Digital Camera Review
sony090621e.jpgSony claim to have cemented their place in the digital SLR market with the Alpha 900 and while they’ve got a long way to go before they take any serious stranglehold on the monopoly that in reality belongs to Canon and Nikon, it is fair to say that Sony have finally arrived with some serious ammunition on the back of the A900. First thing to note is the whopping 24.6-megapixels combined with a full...
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Sony Alpha 700 DSLR Digital Camera Review
sony090617e.jpgBoth on paper and in the way it handles, Sony’s Alpha A700 certainly gives its prosumer DSLR competition a run for their money. At a glance, this unit is well built, offers some 12.24-megapixels, outstanding LCD resolution, and an array of features likely to tickle the fancy of semi-serious photographers everywhere. The mentioned 12.24-megapixel CMOS ‘Exmor’ sensor helps produce sharp...
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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T77 Digital Camera Review
sony090604e.jpgThe Cyber-shot DSC-T77 is the stylish amateur photographer’s dream: it comes in a range of contemporary colours including black, silver, rose pink, and chocolate brown, is super-slim and portable, and generally speaking is one of the sexier compacts on the market in its price range. Its truly ultra slim body has a snappy metallic lens cover that further accentuates the overall...
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