23 Results for

a35

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Sony Alpha SLT-A35

The A35 is a subtle update to the Alpha range of SLRs and while it won't be a game-changer, it's certainly good at what it does.

By 9 August 2011

4 stars Editors' rating 9 August 2011

Typical price: $949.00

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Microsoft releases codec pack for RAW files

A Windows user and photographer? You can now grab an update to Microsoft's camera codec pack that adds RAW file format support for 34 new cameras.

By 13 December 2012

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Sony's new $600 Alphas

Whether you like the power of the SLT series or the sleekness of the NEX models, Sony just announced a $600 camera for you. We've got reviews of the new SLT-A37 and the NEX-F3.

By 17 May 2012

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Sony debuts above-entry-level Alpha

Except for dropping the GPS, the Sony Alpha SLT-A57 looks like a solid upgrade to the A55V it replaces.

By 13 March 2012

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Apple releases OS X 10.7.2, including iCloud support

Apple has released OS X 10.7.2, which contains a number of fixes and enhancements including support for its new iCloud service.

By 13 October 2011

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Lightroom 3.5 supports high-end compact cameras

Those who have purchased the newest small interchangeable-lens cameras now can edit raw files with Adobe's photography software.

By 29 September 2011

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Apple updates digital camera raw compatibility

Apple has issued an update that supplies raw image compatibility for a few more camera models from Konica, Olympus, Panasonic, Samsung, and Sony.

By 1 September 2011

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Lightroom 3.5 to support Oly, Pany, Sony cameras

Along with a predictable range of support for newer higher-end cameras that can shoot raw photos, the new Lightroom release candidate fixes many bugs.

By 24 August 2011

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Sony redefines its Alpha lines

New technologies and designs highlight Sony's advanced cameras and accessories for fall 2011.

By 24 August 2011

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Sony gets serious with its SLT camera line

It's been a while since Sony played in this ballpark, but the SLT-A77V and SLT-A65V look like strong contenders in their respective classes.

By 24 August 2011