Sony has just announced the A99 II, an A-mount SLT camera with a full-frame 42MP sensor, to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Alpha series. It comes with 5-axis image stabilization (IS) and captures 4K video, and can shoot a remarkable 12 frames per second (fps) with AF/AE tracking.
The new Sony MP-CL1A mobile projector gets a new color option, along with accessories and features for its HD (720p) short-throw projection.
Sony just announced its latest Action Cam, the FDR-X3000R which supports 4K video recording and optical image stabilization (OIS).
Sony has announced the PlayStation 4 Pro and a slimmer version of the current PlayStation. While the latter is functionally identical to the PS4, the PS4 Pro packs a more powerful processor and GPU and will support 4K and HDR games.
This new projector will also be compatible with Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG), a 4K HDR standard used for future broadcasting services and user generated contents, through a firmware update down the road.
What do you get when you smash an Xperia X and Xperia Z? That's right, the Xperia XZ and it's Sony's highest performing device in the their new Xperia X series of smartphones. Step right in for the details.
Sony has confirmed the list of Xperia devices which are getting the Android 7.0 Nougat update.
The new D200 series comprises of the VPL-DX220 (2,700 lm), VPL-DX240 (3,200 lm), and VPL-DX270 (3,500 lm) in XGA resolution, as well as the VPL-DW240 (3,000 lm) in WXGA resolution.
If you've been waiting for the ultimate selfie smartphone, this is it. The front camera on Sony's Xperia XA Ultra is a 16-megapixel monster with a 1/2.6-inch sensor, its own dedicated LED flash, and even optical image stabilization! It's available in Singapore today.
Powered by a new 4K HDR Processor X1 Extreme, the Backlight Master Drive system makes use of an ultra-dense LED structure, a unique local dimming algorithm and optical design to deliver deeper black and unprecedented brightness for an LCD TV.