Rakuten has started their pre Black Friday sale today, you can get sitewide promotion on 20% back Rakuten Points for next orders. You can buy any Sony gears from Sony authorized dealers at Rakuten. Today only, ends on 11/21/18 at 11:59PM PT. If you don’t what to buy, below are some recommendations:
Today only, KEH Camera has a hot pre Black Friday sales on used Sony cameras, lenses, and accessories. You can get 25% Off on featured items, and get 15% off on all Sony gear at KEH Camera. You must use promo code PBF11A when checkout to see discount, deals are for today only, excludes “New” and “Like New” items.
Apple has just announced the new iPad Pro 2018 (Pre-order at B&H Photo Video), features Apple’s A12X Bionic chip with four performance cores and four efficiency cores, as well as a new performance controller that Apple says allows all eight cores to be used at once. This is joined by Apple’s own seven core GPU, which the company claims offers “console-quality graphics.” As rumored, Apple has replaced the Lightning connector with USB-C. At iPad Pro’s product page, a7 III shows on for USB-C connection. iPad Pro can supports USB 3.1 Gen 2 high-bandwidth data transfers grabbing photos from cameras.
The hot eBay coupon now back again, for the next 24 hours, you can get 10% off on everything at eBay, use coupon code “PICKUPTEN“, until 8am ET, Tomorrow. This means you can get up to $100 off for any Sony cameras & lense from Sony Authorized dealers such as Adorama, BeachCamera, Focus Camera and more (Don’t forget use promo code PICKUPTEN at Checkout). The very popular Sony a7 III now $1,898 after $100 off at BeachCamera via eBay.
Apple USA authorized dealer Adorama Camera has an exclusive deal on MacBook Pros, you can save up to $650 off on 13 inch and 15 inch MacBook Pros.
Tokyo, Japan—Sony Corporation today announced that it has developed the IMX418 CMOS image sensor for sensing applications. The new sensor is equipped with a global shutter function and comes with an interface capable of multiple sensor connection on a single Mobile Industry Processor Interface (MIPI) input port,*2 a world-first*1 made possible by Sony’s original data transmission technology. Because this interface enables data transmission that supports the MIPI standard, data can be received by existing application processors (AP). Sony expects this product to find application in a variety of products that use multiple image sensors. These include head mounted displays (HMD), drones, autonomous robots and other products that perform simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) and obstacle detection based on information obtained with image sensors.