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You may not be indestructible, but your Bloggie Sport practically is. Shock proof, dirt resistant and even waterproof down to 16 feet, the Bloggie® Sport is built to handle extreme environments, allowing you to concentrate on safety and shot composition while capturing full 1080p HD videos and 5MP photos. To show you just how durable it is, the SGNL by Sony team get their hands on the camera and try it out.
Sony has just announced the A57 DSLR camera, the successor to the A55. The A57 combines a variety of creative features, including Auto Portrait Framing -- a world's first technology -- with more refined technology like the 16.1 effective megapixel Exmor® APS HD CMOS sensor and 15-point AF system from other Alpha models like the A77 and A65. SGNL by Sony got the inside scoop on the A57 from Sony Camera Team member Kenta.
SGNL asked a member of the headphones team to show us the inside guts of Sony's latest headphones line, the Balanced Armature headphones (XBA models). See what these top-of-the-line earbuds look like on the inside and learn why they are specially made for music lovers. For pricing and more info, visit:http://bit.ly/sLWxFV For more SGNL by Sony videos, visit:http://www.youtube.com/sgnl
Sony announced a new batch of Cyber-shot cameras that will be hitting shelves this spring. New models include a variety of "H-series" high zoom compacts as well as slim, stylish new models announced for both the T series and W series camera lines. To give viewers an up close look, the SGNL by Sony team invited the Cyber-shot product manager to the set to bring us the first in-depth look at the features of the entire line up.
This episode features one of the largest private collections of vintage Sony gadgets in the US, plus we'll see what happens when a professional steampunk artist gets his hands on the Sony Vaio F laptop.
In this episode, SGNL host Anthony Carboni interviews actor, author and geek icon, Wil Wheaton. Plus, Samia chats with a guy whose holiday light displays are famous on YouTube.
Vita Hill is a series of eight Social Clubs designed for gamers, created by PlayStation and opened in January 2012 for a limited amount of time. These clubs also happen to be the only place in the United States where you can just walk in and get handed a PlayStation Vita to play. Team SGNL got the chance to stop by the Vita Hill Social Club in San Francisco, where the most eager gamers got the chance to play with the PS Vita before its official release.
Whether it's football, basketball or boxing, ESPN™ leads the pack in live 3D sports programming. To show our excitement around it, we met with the actual production team who brings these 3D broadcasts to life. From angles to goal post cameras, we find out what it takes to make us viewers feel like we're virtually at the game.
At CES this year, the SGNL team got an exclusive first look at some cool new gadgets from Sony, like the Xperia S, the new Android Walkman and the Bloggie Live. Many of you had some really good questions about these products and posted them on YouTube, and we wanted to take the time to get you some answers.
Here we show you some of the highlights of what visitors played with inside the Sony Booth during the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show, including VAIOs, cameras, camcorders, TVs, gaming, movies and some really great photo taking areas featuring make up designs from Men In Black 3. We couldn't show you all of it, but picked some of our favorite areas to experience.
Team SGNL unboxes the new Sony Alpha NEX-7 for the first time. Plus, we get some tips from Sony's Premium Services on moving your iTunes from your old computer to your new PC.
Get a first look at the concepts for future VAIO technologies!
Building on its heritage as an innovator in home audio entertainment, Sony today debuted its SS-AR2 Loudspeaker, furthering the line established last year with the introduction of its award winning and critically acclaimed predecessor, the SS-AR1.
Straight off of the Sony engineering team's hands, this is the latest in future TV display technology the team is developing.
Exclusive first look: The new Sony Ericsson ion. Don't miss this, and many more exciting announcements coming from Sony @ CES 2012 during our livestreamed show tonight, right here, at 5PM PST. What are you looking forward to seeing?
The Walkman Z series is the first Walkman line powered by Android. Running on Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), it's designed for the music lovers. With an NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, HDMI out and Wi-Fi connection you can find your favorite Android apps and even watch your favorite videos. For music lovers, the Walkman was designed with S-Master MX plus along with other technologies for premium sound.
Sony's latest MP4 camera comes with live streaming capabilities along with Wi-Fi access to instantly upload your videos from your Bloggie to your favorite websites like Facebook, YouTube and more.
The new Sony Projector Handycam has just been announced! With built-in projection, advanced manual controls and a new technology called Balanced Optical SteadyShot image stabilization, this is one of the newest and spec packed handycam camcorders in Sony's line up.
The new Xperia S is our newest Android smartphone. With a 4.3 inch display with Mobile BRAVIA engine, a 12 MP camera that takes pictures in just 1.5 seconds from standby, and an amazing Sony HD experience. Xperia S, it's a power house smart phone. The S also has a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor for a faster performance.
Before we get a look at all the new gadgets Sony will be unveiling at CES 2012, let's take a look back at some of the classics from Sony's past. This latest episode from SGNL by Sony features one of the largest private vintage collections of Sony gadgets in the United States. It's impressive and showcases items we've never heard of before. If you have some of these pieces or even remember using them back in the day, we'd love to hear from you. Write us by adding your comments.