Wednesday 25th November 2015, Vatnajökull national park, Iceland: Photographer Mikael Buck with assistance from renowned local Icelandic guide Einar Runar Sigurdsson, explored the frozen world of Vatnajökull glacier in Iceland using Sony’s world first back-illuminated full-frame sensor – which features in the α7R II camera. His images were taken without use of a tripod or any image stitching techniques in photoshop. This was made possible through Sony’s new sensor technology, allowing incredibly detailed low-light hand held photography. Previously images this detailed would have required carrying bulky equipment to the caves, some of which can require hiking and climbing over a glacier for up to two hours to to access. This picture: Inside the 'ABC cave' - which stands for Amazing Blue Cave. This view shows a snow storm outside the entrance to the cave. PR Handout - editorial usage only. Photographer's details not to be removed from metadata or byline. For further information please contact Rochelle Collison at Hope & Glory PR on 020 7014 5306 or rochelle.collison@hopeandglorypr.com Copyright: © Mikael Buck / Sony 07828 201 042 / mikaelbuck@gmail.com

Unapređena tehnologija Sony senzora omogućila je kreiranje jedinstvene serije fotografija ledenih pećina Vatnajekidl na Islandu koje prikazuju zadivljujuće detalje ovog prirodnog blaga.

Neverovatno oštre fotografije zabeležene su fotoaparatima α7R II, RX10 II i RX100 IV, pri prirodnom osvetljenju, što do sada nije bilo moguće.

Lednik Vatnajekidl, jedan od najvećih u Evropi, svake godine se pomera, menja i stvara složene pećinske sisteme koji postoje samo nekoliko nedelja pre sledeće metamorfoze. U istraživanje ovog fenomena krenuli su fotograf Mikael Bak i čuveni lokalni vodiči Ejnar Runar Sugurdson i Helen Marija. U njihovoj opremi našli su se najnoviji Sony fotoaparati sa novim, unapređenim senzorima.

Upravo senzor predstavlja “srce” fotoaparata i određuje njegove performanse osvetljenja i detaljnosti na slikama. Modelα7R II poseduje prvi na svetu senzor punog formata sa pozadinskim osvetljenjem koji spaja visoku rezoluciju i visoku osetljivost, dok modele RX10 II i RX100 IV odlikuje prvi na svetu slojeviti Exmor RS CMOS senzor od 1,0’’ čije performanse naročito dolaze do izražaja pri uslovima slabog osvetljenja i velikog kontrasta.

These pictures of the frozen world of the Vatnajökull Glacier were made possible through Sony’s new sensor technology, allowing incredibly detailed low-light photography. Renowned local guides Einar Runar Sigurdsson and Helen Maria explored the frozen world of the Vatnajökull Glacier in Iceland using Sony’s latest digital cameras, the RX10 II and RX100 IV, which feature the world’s first 1.0 type stacked Exmor RS CMOS sensor. This picture: Helen Maria's photos from inside the Waterfall Cave For further information please contact Rochelle Collison at Hope & Glory PR on 020 7014 5306 or at rochelle.collison@hopeandglorypr.com Copyright: © Helen Maria / Sony
Ove fotografije zamrznutog sveta lednika Vatnajekidl moguće su zahvaljujući novoj tehnologiji Sony senzora, koja omogućava beleženje neverovatno detaljnih fotografija pri slabom osvetljenju. Čuveni lokalni vodiči Ejnar Runar Sugurdson i Helen Marija istraživali su lednik Vatnajekidl na Islandu koristeći najnovije Sony digitalne fotoaparate, RX10 II i RX100 IV, koji poseduju prvi na svetu slojeviti Exmor RS CMOS senzor od 1.0’’

These pictures of the frozen world of the Vatnajökull Glacier were made possible through Sony’s new sensor technology, allowing incredibly detailed low-light photography. Renowned local guides Einar Runar Sigurdsson and Helen Maria explored the frozen world of the Vatnajökull Glacier in Iceland using Sony’s latest digital cameras, the RX10 II and RX100 IV, which feature the world’s first 1.0 type stacked Exmor RS CMOS sensor. This picture: Helen Maria's photos from inside the Waterfall Cave For further information please contact Rochelle Collison at Hope & Glory PR on 020 7014 5306 or at rochelle.collison@hopeandglorypr.com Copyright: © Helen Maria / Sony

These pictures of the frozen world of the Vatnajökull Glacier were made possible through Sony’s new sensor technology, allowing incredibly detailed low-light photography. Renowned local guides Einar Runar Sigurdsson and Helen Maria explored the frozen world of the Vatnajökull Glacier in Iceland using Sony’s latest digital cameras, the RX10 II and RX100 IV, which feature the world’s first 1.0 type stacked Exmor RS CMOS sensor. This picture: Einar Runar Sigurdsson takes a self portrait using the time function in the ABC cave For further information please contact Rochelle Collison at Hope & Glory PR on 020 7014 5306 or at rochelle.collison@hopeandglorypr.com Copyright: © Einar Runar Sigurdsson / Sony

Zahvaljujući pomenutim senzorima, izazovni svetlosni uslovi nisu predstavljali prepreku za beleženje ovog zamrznutog predela koje oduzima dah. Autor je uspeo da dočara delikatne krivine prirodnih skulptura i mehurastu teksturu jarko plavih zidova koja nalikuje podvodnom pejzažu. Fotografije prikazuju i impresivne prirodne pojave poput nestvarnih maglovitih vodopada i ledenica koje se protežu duž zidova pećine. Impozantna veličina ovog ledenog utvrđenja najbolje se može sagledati na fotografijama koje prikazuju veštog planinara koji se spušta niz pećinu.

“Ovakve fotografije ne bi bile moguće pre nekoliko godina bez nošenja kabaste opreme i rasvete, što predstavlja veliki teret za fotografa. Senzori u fotoaparatima iz serija α7 i RX omogućavaju beleženje impresivnih slika samo pomoću kompaktnih fotoaparata, bez potrebe za dodacima”, ističe Jan Semon Legagner, direktor marketinga u sektoru za digitalno snimanje u kompaniji Sony Europe.

Wednesday 25th November 2015, Vatnajökull national park, Iceland: Photographer Mikael Buck with assistance from renowned local Icelandic guide Einar Runar Sigurdsson, explored the frozen world of Vatnajökull glacier in Iceland using Sony’s world first back-illuminated full-frame sensor – which features in the α7R II camera. His images were taken without use of a tripod or any image stitching techniques in photoshop. This was made possible through Sony’s new sensor technology, allowing incredibly detailed low-light hand held photography. Previously images this detailed would have required carrying bulky equipment to the caves, some of which can require hiking and climbing over a glacier for up to two hours to to access. This picture: Guide Einar Runar Sigurdsson is seen ice climbing inside the 'Waterfall Cave' PR Handout - editorial usage only. Photographer's details not to be removed from metadata or byline. For further information please contact Rochelle Collison at Hope & Glory PR on 020 7014 5306 or rochelle.collison@hopeandglorypr.com Copyright: © Mikael Buck / Sony 07828 201 042 / mikaelbuck@gmail.com
Fotograf Mikael Bak i čuveni lokalni islandski vodiči Ejnar Runar Sugurdson i Helen Marija istraživali su zamrznuti svet lednika Vatnajekidl koristeći fotoaparat α7RII, koga odlikuje prvi na svetu Sony senzor punog formata sa pozadinskim osvetljenjem. Fotografije su zabeležene samo pri prirodnom svetlu koje se odbija o zidove neverovatnih ledenih pećina, bez dodatnih izvora osvetljenja.

Wednesday 25th November 2015, Vatnajökull national park, Iceland: Photographer Mikael Buck with assistance from renowned local Icelandic guide Einar Runar Sigurdsson, explored the frozen world of Vatnajökull glacier in Iceland using Sony’s world first back-illuminated full-frame sensor – which features in the α7R II camera. His images were taken without use of a tripod or any image stitching techniques in photoshop. This was made possible through Sony’s new sensor technology, allowing incredibly detailed low-light hand held photography. Previously images this detailed would have required carrying bulky equipment to the caves, some of which can require hiking and climbing over a glacier for up to two hours to to access. This picture: Inside the 'ABC cave' - which stands for Amazing Blue Cave. For further information please contact Rochelle Collison at Hope & Glory PR on 020 7014 5306 or rochelle.collison@hopeandglorypr.com Copyright: © Mikael Buck / Sony 07828 201 042 / mikaelbuck@gmail.com

Wednesday 25th November 2015, Vatnajökull national park, Iceland: Photographer Mikael Buck with assistance from renowned local Icelandic guide Einar Runar Sigurdsson, explored the frozen world of Vatnajökull glacier in Iceland using Sony’s world first back-illuminated full-frame sensor – which features in the α7R II camera. His images were taken without use of a tripod or any image stitching techniques in photoshop. This was made possible through Sony’s new sensor technology, allowing incredibly detailed low-light hand held photography. Previously images this detailed would have required carrying bulky equipment to the caves, some of which can require hiking and climbing over a glacier for up to two hours to to access. This picture: Looking up from inside the 'ABC cave' - which stands for Amazing Blue Cave. Guide Einar Runar Sigurdsson can be seen ice climbing on the glacier outside. PR Handout - editorial usage only. Photographer's details not to be removed from metadata or byline. For further information please contact Rochelle Collison at Hope & Glory PR on 020 7014 5306 or rochelle.collison@hopeandglorypr.com Copyright: © Mikael Buck / Sony 07828 201 042 / mikaelbuck@gmail.com

Osim toga što omogućavaju fotografisanje pri slabom osvetljenju, slojeviti Exmor RS senzor od 1,0’’ i Exmor R CMOS senzor punog formata sa pozadinskim osvetljenjem daju i priliku profesionalnim fotografima i entuzijastima da zabeleže trenutke koji se ne mogu spaziti golim okom, pomoću do 40x izuzetno usporenog snimanja pri brzini od 1000 kadrova u sekundi.

Razvojem nove tehnologije senzora, kompanija Sony nastavlja svoj rast u industriji digitalnog snimanja. Trenutno je globalni lider na tržištu tehnologije i proizvodnje senzora sa učešćem od gotovo 50 odsto i ponosno će nastaviti da pomera granice na ovom polju.

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