Last week Sony announced the launch of their next in the line Alpha series DSLR cameras, the Alpha 500 and 550 (see the press release after the break). To be out from the end of October this year, the DSLR-A550 and DSLR-A500 digital SLRs are based around new CMOS sensors with added manual focus confirmation live view mode using the main imaging sensor, in addition to Sony’s secondary-sensor Quick AF live view system.
Both cameras feature Sony’s better noise reduction, include an Auto HDR mode and offer sensitivity of up to ISO 12800. The 14.2 MP A550 features a higher resolution 921k dot 3″ tilt-angle LCD, while the 12.3 MP A500 comes with a 230k dot resolution 3″tilt-angle LCD.The pictures below are the first hands on photos taken with the Alpha 500 by the folks over at Pocket Lint.
Though stepped up and improved, I think its a smart decision for Sony to keep the tilt-angle LCD as I have personally found it too useful when I tested previous models myself. See more photos after the jump… Continue reading »
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Update (31/04/2009): Thanks to those who got in touch, we’ve now posted some videos of Samsung’s new LED TVs which may be of interest.
Long gone are the days when every household would queue up to upgrade to the latest trend of LCD / plasma television sets. Samsung have now upped their game by launching their latest LED (that’s right, Light Emitting Diode) widescreen tellies.
Panasonic has launched the UK’s first Blu-ray Disc recorders, all three stunningly beautiful machines (full gallery after the jump) are equipped with freesat+ compatibility which will therefore allow consumers to view and capture digital broadcasts in the best picture quality possible.
Check out the below videos which features a sneak preview of the upcoming Sony Soundville ad campaign. Its based on some interesting experiments with audio technology, interestingly one of the comments on YouTube from the first video was “spoons and tea cups have never disturbed me like this before”. Well, ads can’t satisfy everyone, but yes, turning down your speakers just a touch would help!
Check out the two videos below…
Hope everyone is having a good start to the week. Here’s something which we meant to post about but somehow ended up not doing so earlier on this year. Its about Sony’s new Bravia TV range which focuses on being green, eco-friendly as well as power saving.
Sony recently announced a new series of HDTV stands – RHT-G Series. With the latest RHT-G Series, users get to enjoy both Sony’s home cinema surround audio tech and a smart place to place a large-screen TV. Of course, with all three of the RHT-G Series stands you won’t need to mess around with tons of cables from different pieces of hardware. Three models will be available, the RHT-G550 for 32-40-inch TVs, the RHT-G950 for use with 40-46-inch screen and the RHT-G1550 designed for 46-55-inch TVs.
Apart from netbooks which are gaining a substantial popularity over regular sized laptops in the recent years. Gaming laptops have also been popular, most likely because of their advantage in being able to move abouts whenever necessary. What we have below are two of the latest gaming laptops revealed by Acer and Clevo at the CeBIT this year.