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Underwater with the Sony TX10

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: May 23, 2011

We got the successor of the TX5, the Sony TX10, a water-proof, shock-proof camera and was able to test it out during our last scuba-diving session in Anilao, Batangas (t'was an Epson event). I've only had a short stint using the TX5 before and have not really reviewed it so I was expecting a bit more with the TX10. Turns out the TX10 is indeed every bit of an upgrade to the TX5. The Sony TX10 can now go down as deep as 16 feet (5 meters) compared to the previous 10 feet (3 meters) on the TX5. Sony Cybershot

Sony is holding a CyberShot Sale until December 30

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: November 22, 2012

If you’re planning to buy a decent and affordable point and shoot camera this Christmas, you’re in luck because Sony Philippines will have a month and half-long camera sale which started last week and will run until the end of December. Sony has prepared a handful of good deals for their customers such as 30% discount on select items and Buy 1 Get 1 promo just like the one on the picture above. Along with the discount, the company is also throwing some freebies like portable charger, SD cards and carrying pouch to those who will purchasing a CyberShot camera…

Sony Cybershot DSC-T900

Relevance: 81%      Posted on: November 18, 2009

Sony lent me a couple of gears last week for my trip to Misibis Bay. Hoping that we could do some water-related activities, I picked the Sony Cybershot DSC-T900 with Marine Pack. The Cyber-shot T900 is a slim 12-megapixel point-and-shoot camera with full touchscreen interface. It's not really fit for any under-water shooting like the Canon D10 or the Olympus Tough 8000 but take it along with the Marine Pack and you're all set. Optical zoom is only 2x but this camera can do video recording at 720p resolution so I took the chance and left my dSLR at home…

Sony Cybershot H20 and the whole Pack

Relevance: 79%      Posted on: February 26, 2009

Sony unveiled a dozen or so new products for their "Summer Gears 2009"; among them is the 10.1MP Cybershot H20 with a whole pack of protective cases for sports and marine activities. A successor to the H10, the Sony Cyber-shot H20 is powered by a Carl Zeiss lens with Vario-Tessar and an optical zoom of up to 10x. The camera can take full HD (1080p) of still image and 720p HD movies. It has a facial recognition function and an Optical SteadyShot feature (much like an image stabilizer). The screen display is a 3" hybrid LCD monitor and supports ISO3200.…

Sony CyberShot QX10 & QX100 lands locally

Relevance: 72%      Posted on: October 21, 2013

During Sony Philippines’ early Christmas party, the Japanese-owned tech company introduced its innovative lens-and-camera-in-one namely the QX100 and QX10 in the country. Our first encounter with these clip-on point-n-shoot cameras was back in September during its regional debut in Malaysia. There, we were able to do a quick hands-on of this unusual cameras to give you a gist of what it is and what it can do. Sony CyberShot DSC-QX100 specs: 20.2MP 1-inch Exmor R CMOS sensor Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T lens f/1.8 – f/4.9 aperture 3.6x optical zoom (28-100mm eq.) 160 – 3200 ISO 8-sec – 1/2000 shutter speed…

Sony working on a CyberShot-infused smartphone

Relevance: 69%      Posted on: May 2, 2013

Whenever a company such as Sony decides to incorporate a technology from a certain product into a device on a different category, we can almost always expect a spectacular result. This is the reason we were pretty fired up when heard of the news about a rumored handset called Honami which is said to be infused with Sony CyberShot imaging technology. According to numerous reports, the CyberShot implementation on this alleged smartphone is going to be a two-part affair; a good hardware in the form of 1/1.6” Exmor RS stacked sensor backed by a respectable Sony CyberShot G lens found…

Sony’s new Cybershot TX5, TX7 and Bloggie

Relevance: 66%      Posted on: March 2, 2010

Sony's latest Cybershots have changed my wish list for a new range finder camera. Up high on the list is the all-around Cyber-shot TX5 made for rugged and extreme conditions. During the Sony event at Shangri-la, Boracay, we were able to use all these new toys for the team competition. Unfortunately, I was too engrossed in the race I completely forgot to take photos and sample shots. Coming in from the Cyber-shot TX1 model, Sony's TX5 is the waterproof (10 feet), shockproof (5 feet), dustproof, and freeze-proof (14°-104 °F) version. Its got a 10.2MP sensor, a 3.0" touch screen display,…

Sony launches Cybershot RX1, full-frame compact camera

Relevance: 65%      Posted on: February 20, 2013

First discovered in a leaked photo back in September, the Sony Cybershot RX1 is the closest successor the popular RX100. It claims the title as the first full-frame compact camera. Normally, when you talk about camera with 35mm full-frame imaging capabilities, you're talking about huge and heavy professional dSLRs like the Sony Alpha A99 (which they also launched tonight) or the Canon 5D Mark 3 (to the un-initiated, a full frame camera gives you the exact picture as you see it in the frame; there's no cropping factor to consider). Well, the Sony RX1 does not look anything like that…

Sony Ericsson Cybershot c905 Review

Relevance: 57%      Posted on: November 3, 2008

After about two weeks with the Sony Ericsson Cybershot c905, I have had a fair appreciation of the camera phone. Check out my full review below and the previous unboxing photos I took. More of a Camera, Less of a Phone. The construction of the phone itself gives you an impression that the device was built as a camera rather than a phone. That's not saying that this phone is not well-equipped -- WiFi, GPS, and 3G/HSDPA are all present so I give it high ranks on connectivity. There's Bluetooth, FM tuner and DLNA support so you can send your…

What will happen to Sony-Ericsson Philippines?

Relevance: 56%      Posted on: February 22, 2012

Now that Sony has finalized the buyout of Sony-Ericsson, the new handset company will be named Sony Mobile Communications. So what happens to the folks over at Sony-Ericsson. I happen to talk to one executive from the company who gave me some possible scenarios. I am told that Sony-Ericsson Philippines will eventually be dissolved and Sony Philippines will take over the mobile phone brand. As for the folks from SE Philippines, they will all be invited to move and work for Sony Philippines under the mobile handset division. What we're not sure is if the GM and some of the