||Sony's a7 Full Frame Mirrorless Camera: The future of digital imaging
by Sony - 2014-12-05 16:11 - 52,659 views
For more info visit: http://www.sony.com/sonyalpha
The future of digital imaging. And the next generation of DSLR.
Meet the Sony 7 Series—the world’s smallest, full-frame mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras. Its breakthrough
Exmor™—sensor/BIONZTM X-processor design means stunning resolution, remarkable low-light sensitivity and clearer HD/4K video than
traditional DSLR. The future of digital imaging is here. #sonyalpha
||Sony's a6000: The next generation of DSLR
by Sony - 2014-12-03 14:23 - 4,722 views
The a6000 mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera by Sony: The future of digital imaging is here. #SonyAlpha
For more info: www.sony.com/sonyalpha
||SGNL 2014 Holiday Gift Guide: Presents For Techies
by Sony - 2014-12-03 14:11 - 4,042 views
For more info visit: http://bit.ly/1stpekY
Get a little shopping help from the SGNL by Sony team this 2014 Holiday Season. For the techies on your list, hosts Trace and Shannon have
some recommendations for you -- no matter what your budget is. Plus most of these gift ideas can be applied to all brands of electronics so we
always suggest checking out review sites to see what owners think.
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||Shooting in 4K with David McLain and the a7S
by Sony - 2014-11-13 17:55 - 6,905 views
Behind the Scenes with National Geographic photographer and filmmaker, David McLain, as he captures the beauty and culture of Brazil
during the World Cup with the Sony a7S Mirrorless Camera.
Learn more: http://bit.ly/1whkYHC
by Sony - 2014-11-12 10:44 - 4,434 views
Don’t you love the instant gratification of gaming? #PlayStation
||A New Teardown! Sony's Hi-RES Wi-Fi Network A/V Receiver (STR-DN1050)
by Sony - 2014-11-11 16:16 - 3,396 views
SGNL by Sony is back with another gadget teardown. This time, we opened up the Sony's 7.2 Ch Hi-RES Wi-Fi Network A/V Receiver - the
STR-DN1050 - to take a peak at how such powerful sound comes together.
||Opening up Sony's Android Tablet, the Xperia Z2 Tablet
by Sony - 2014-09-01 12:12 - 4,792 views
For more info visit: http://bit.ly/1A76kHT
Sony drew the curtain on their latest Android Tablet -- the Xperia® Z2
Tablet at Mobile World Congress back in February - and SGNL by Sony
gave you the in-depth first look. Next up, seeing how it works by getting
a Sony Mobile engineer to rip apart the gear and explain what's inside.
Okay, more like gently open with special tools. Either way, if you love
techie eye candy, then this is the video for you
||Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet Build Up
by Sony - 2014-09-01 11:47 - 6,116 views
Check out the Verizon Wireless Xperia Z2 Tablet be built in this sweet
video & get an 'inside' look at the newest waterproof 4G LTE tablet from Sony.
Learn More Here: vz.to/1lURSs8
||Unboxing The New 65" Sony 4K Ultra HD TV
by Sony - 2014-07-31 13:56 - 4,704 views
For more info visit: http://bit.ly/1jG6FXK
Sure we've seen unboxing videos before but rarely of this magnitude.
Join us as we watch the SGNL by Sony team take on Sony's new 64.5"
(diag) X900B 4K Ultra HD TV just in time for the model hitting doorsteps.
It took two people to completely set it up. From chrome legs to the port
repeater to two remotes, even the protective plastic - SGNL doesn't miss
a detail. Additionally it's a great run down of all the inputs and outputs.
So if you're curious just how easy it is to set up a large TV or want to geek
out, it's a video not to be missed.
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||How to Take STUNNING Pictures Using Your Phone - Mobile Photography Tips - SGNL by Sony
by Sony - 2014-07-31 11:16 - 4,347 views
Learn more: http://bit.ly/1nl2m5c
Nowadays, mobile photography is a recognizable art form.
With the right lighting or editing, pictures captured on a
smartphone can easily turn into museum-worthy masterpieces.
In the latest SGNL by Sony episode, Daniel Berman, Founder of
the Mobile Photography Awards, along with award-winning
photographers share tips on improving mobile photo-taking skills.
And better yet, these tips can be incorporated by any level of
photographer. But don't take our word for it. Check out the video
and let us know what you think.