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Sony NEX-FS7000 large-sensor cinema camera

The Sony NEX-FS7000 is a brand new cinema camera from the Japanese camera maker. The new Sony NEX-FS7000 supports 4K resolution on its large-format sensor. The Super 35 sized sensor supports various formats and frame rates, topping out at 4K resolution and 35 FPS.

SONY VPL-FX41 HIGH-BRIGHTNESS LCD PROJECTOR

Sony has proudly expanded its projector line with the new VPL-FX41 High-Brightness LCD Projector. Capable of producing 5,200 lumens, this new projector from the house of Sony is ideal to be used in corporate, government, education and hospitality applications.

Sony to release 400-disc Blu-ray Mega Changer

. What’s your Blu-ray collection up to? Anywhere near 400? If so, Sony’s 400-disc BDP-CX7000ES Blu-ray Mega Changer may be a welcome edition to your home theater. The last this mammoth was seen was at last year’s CEDIA but now Sony Insider has taken word from a Swiss product page that says the product may
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Sony X-Series Walkman Released

This announcement of Sony Electronics Corp. combines a mixture of retro and modern age technology. The Walkman, made famous in the 80s by Sony is now back and with new features. Sony today took the wraps off its top-of-the-line Walkman Video MP3 player – the X-series Walkman.

SONY USES EASTER BUNNIES FOR BRAVIA HD LCD TVS PROMOTION

Sony, a big name in the field of audio, video, communications and information technology products has recently launched a new advertising strategy for its new model of Bravia LCD TVs. The company used in hundreds of multicoloured Bravia bunnies for this special ad creation.

Sony Recalling 1.6 Million Bravia TVs

Technology is getting so highly sophisticated that it’s becoming quite hard to even think about how such new technologies are made. Unfortunately, with such a high level of sophistication comes a higher probability of error.

Sony PS3 Gets Price Cut to $250

Sony’s PS3 is one of the few home video game consoles that has seen an immense amount of success over the years. However, it’s also been on the market for quite some time so it’s no surprise that Sony could potentially be gearing up to launch a next generation console.