Sony adds volume controls to its noise-canceling WF-1000XM3 earbuds
And now you can see how much battery life the case has leftI haven’t had a chance to install the new firmware yet, but one WF-1000XM3 owner on Reddit makes it sound like Sony’s implementation will require you to choose between volume or toggling noise cancellation with the touch sensors; there’s no way to keep both.
Latest in Gear. Sony made a wireless camera grip for vloggers . The grip ships to North America later in January at a price of 0 US (0 CAD) and works with most modern Sony mirrorless cameras and high-end point-and-shoots, including the Alpha 9 series, Alpha 7 III series, Alpha 6000
Sony today announced a new wireless camera grip that connects to some Sony mirrorless cameras over Bluetooth. That should, in theory, give you a bit more flexibility to use your camera at the angle you want. Sony today announced a new camera grip , the GP-VPT2BT, which connects to many of
Sony thinks it can help you become the next. The company just a Shooting Grip With Wireless Remote Commander (or GP-VPT2BT, if you can memorize obscure model numbers) that makes it more comfortable to shoot vlogs or travel journals. The Bluetooth device includes controls for common tasks like snapping photos and videos, zooming and a custom function, and you can adjust the angle or flip it around to quickly capture yourself on screen. It can also transform into a tripod for timelapses and other fixed-in-place shots.
However, it should be stressed that this isn't a. That might not be a problem if you're a YouTuber (many prefer that more 'natural' camera motion), but you'll want to look elsewhere if you want silky-smooth camera movement.
Sony adds much-needed volume control to its WF-1000XM3 earbuds
Sony has just released an update for its WF-1000XM3 earbuds that make an already great product even better. The update adds three new features: support for Alexa, on-board volume controls and the ability to see the battery level of the charging case in the Sony Headphones Connect app. While Alexa support is the new feature that will jump out at most people, the star of the show here is the addition of on-device volume control. When he reviewed them this past summer, Engadget's Billy Steele said his main gripe with the WF-1000XM3's was that he couldn't adjust the volume on the earbuds themselves. Every time he wanted to do that, he had to dig out his smartphone to do so.
Sony has just introduced a compact wireless shooting grip for its line of mirrorless cameras : the Sony GP-VPT2BT. This grip connects to your camera via This wireless shooting grip that doubles as a small stand connects wirelessly to your camera via Bluetooth. It is compatible with various cameras
Sony has launched the GP-VPT28T, a new wireless shooting grip designed to work with a number of Sony cameras . The grip , which also serves as a Specifically, the grip can trigger both photo and video capture, control zoom on compatible cameras , and trigger a custom setting using the dedicated
The grip ships to North America later in January at a price of $140 US ($180 CAD) and works with most modern Sony mirrorless cameras and high-end point-and-shoots, including the Alpha 9 series,series, Alpha 6000 series (6100 through ), the RX100 VII and RX0 II. That's not an exorbitant price if you're shooting video on a regular basis, but it might be overkill if you're just trying to document your next vacation.
Is the WF-1000XM3 the best set of Sony earbuds yet? .
Reviewers often find a lot of drawbacks with the sound and features of wireless earbuds, but that wasn't the case when Engadget senior news editor Billy Steele got his hands on Sony's WF-1000XM3. Not only did he feel the earbuds excelled at providing exceptionally good sound across a range of music genres, he was impressed by the active noise cancellation, features in the companion app and the stellar battery life. He also appreciated the price ($230) which helped the WF-1000XM3 earn a notable score of 89.