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Sony A7II

Sony's A7II update brings in-body 5-axis image stabilization and a more robust body that's the same height and width, just a bit thicker and 100g heavier.

Sony A7s

The Sony A7s is being heralded as “Camera of the Year” by some reviewers, Frederick and Doug take a look at the third camera in Sony’s a7 series. While offering a sensor with only 12MP, the a7s is...

Sony a6000

The a6000 replaces Sony's NEX-6 and at only $600 (body only, street price) you might think this is just another entry-level camera, comparable to a point-and-shoot. But you'd be wrong.

The Sony Ecosystem

Sony Marketing Manager Peter Crithary and Mark Weir, Senior Technical Manager join me to discuss the Sony professional line of video cameras as well as the consumer line-up.

TWiP 347 – Nikon, Panasonic, Pentax, & Sony

On this weeks' show - new hardware announcements from Nikon, Sony, Pentax, and Panasonic. Adobe's Principal Product Manager John Nack joins Google's digital photography team, layoffs and restructuring at Sony, & an interview with the master of the headshot - Peter Hurley.

Sony A7

The long-anticipated Sony a7 and a7R have been called the cameras of the year by some. Doug was an early fanboy, but does the a7 live up to the hype and his expectations?

TWiP 330 – Sweet & Sour Photography

This week on TWiP, an online petition results in two photographers pulling out of speaking at WPPI's annual conference. Hi-res photographs of Sony's new full-frame mirrorless A7 and A7r cameras appear online and a special interview with model Tor Alexander.

TWiP 320 – Reflecting on Mirror-less

This week we're back in a Google Hangout and Frederick is joined by Gordon Laing, Trey Ratcliff, Giulio Sciorio, and Doug Kaye to delve into all things mirror-less. What are mirror-less and Micro 4/3 cameras? What are the advantages and disadvantages of mirror-less technology? Which manufacturers are making the best mirror-less cameras? We address these questions and more during our round-table discussion.

TWiP #285 – Irreconcilable Pixels

Google announces a new Communities feature, Reuter's top 95 images of 2012 reveal some interesting stats, is 2013 Sony's year? Plus Instagram breaks up with Twitter and Frederick interviews the CEO of Connected Data, Geoff Barrall, about his latest project - the Transporter.

TWiP #275 – Sony Dating Olympus

This week on the show: Sony becomes the largest shareholder in Olympus. Kodak leaves the consumer printing market. A new App that allows you to take just one photograph...ever. IKEA Saudi Arabia photoshops women out of its catalog. And an interview with photographer and educator Michael Willems.