Sony takes home the gold with a total game changer
By Dan Richards on November 22, 2013
This one came way out of left field—thrown to home plate by a mighty arm. The Sony Alpha 7R represents not only the most substantial refinement of the interchangeable-lens compact (ILC) camera to date, but also a redefinition of the entire concept of the high-end system camera. The camera that best refined or redefined photography in 2013? Unquestionably, it is the diminutive (but full-frame) high-resolution Sony Alpha 7R.
With ground-breaking low-light performance and Hollywood-esque video flair, the Mark III grabs our coveted Camera of the Year award
By Text: Dan Richards, Photos: Satoshi on December 11, 2012
2012 proved a truly great year for cameras. In the wake of 2011’s devastating tsunami in Japan and flooding in Thailand, camera manufacturers released nearly two years’ worth of terrific models in 2012, all within a span of eight months.
Sony rewrite the rules with an extremely capable interchangeable lens compact
By Pop Photo Staff on December 1, 2011
We were wondering when an interchangeable-lens compact would fully meet our expectations for this still-new class of camera. That day arrived with the release of the Sony NEX-7. Here’s why we’ve named it our 2011 Camera of the Year, our award for the model that best refined or redefined photography this year.