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Sony Celebrates Winning Seven Categories From The 2017 EISA Awards

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European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA) has recognized Sony for delivering image and home theater boundary defining products.
Sony Celebrates Winning Seven Categories From The 2017 EISA Awards
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Sony was honored to win in seven categories, more than other manufacturers and more than Sony has ever won in a single year. The seven categories are the listed below:

EISA Camera of the Year 2017-2018: Sony α9 
EISA Prosumer Compact System Camera: Sony α6500 
EISA Compact Camera 2017-2018: Sony RX100 V 
EISA Superzoom Camera 2017-2018: Sony RX10 III 
EISA Compact System Lens 2017-2018: Sony FE 100mm F2.8 STF GM OSS 
EISA Professional Compact System Lens 2017-2018: Sony FE 70-200mm F2.8 GM OSS 
EISA Professional Compact System Lens 2017-2018: Sony FE 70-200mm F2.8 GM OSS 
EISA Home Theatre TV 2017-2018: Sony KD-65Z9D

The Sony α9 was released earlier this year and is a groundbreaking mirrorless camera that overwhelming specification of 20 frames per second captured at full resolution with no EVF blackout and is capable of a completely silent, vibration-free shooting at up to 1/32,000th of a second with the electronic shutter but a mere 5 frames per second with the mechanical shutter. For video it uses an oversampling process via a full-frame pixel read-out that results in excellent 4K movie quality.

The α6500 on the other hand was the successor to the α6300 9 months after its release with the added benefit of 5-axis In-body image stabilization (IBIS). The camera supports the predecessors up to 11 frames per second shooting with continuous AF and metering with a buffer that supports up to 269 pictures in one sequence.

The Sony RX100 V uses a 1.0-type sensor and an excellent retractable OLED electronic viewfinder and has been called by critics as the best point and shoot camera in the world with the ability to shoot 4K videos, super slow motion up to 1000 frames per second, silent shooting and a multi-function control ring for personalized use.

While the Sony RX10 III and its stunning ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T* 24-600mm lens provides a 25x zoom range with a fast f/2.4-4 maximum aperture, while the Exmor RS 1.0-type sensor, super-fast autofocus and Optical SteadyShot ensure sharp images free from camera shake. It also shoots 4K video, 1000 frames per second for a dramatic 40x slow motion videos with ease!

Also released this year are the 100mm G Master STF (Smooth Trans Focus) that Sony claims to produce breathtaking bokeh with no vignetting while the Sony FE 70-200mm F2.8 GM OSS lens covers the most popular focal length for events, sports and action photography with even sharpness across the frame and the zoom range that is enhanced with the 11 bladed aperture that on paper promises to give well rounded bokeh!

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