Sony’s new camera is coming! According to the latest rumors from SR4, Sony will announce a new high-end APS-C mirrorless camera in next several weeks. This new camera may be named Sony A7000. Below are the rumored specifications: Continue reading
Sony Alpha a99 II is coming! According to the latest rumors from SAR4, Sony will soon announce a new high end A-mount full frame camera at CES 2016, probably on January 5th to replace the current Sony a99. Continue reading
Sony A7000 is coming! According to the latest rumors form dpreview forums and Sony UK, Sony A6000 successor will be announced on September 11. Continue reading
Here are some more details about the upcoming Sony A6100/ A7000. According to the latest rumors from SR3, this new Sony E-mount camera will have a backlit sensor and RGBW pixel array. Continue reading
According to the latest rumors form SAR, Sony is now preparing a new product announcement in two or three weeks. Most likely Sony A7000 is coming! Continue reading
SonyAlpharumors has just updated the specifications of Sony A7000 from an anonymous source. If these specs come true, Sony A7000 will be very attractive like the former A6000. Continue reading
The Sony A7000 is now rumored to be released sometimes in late summer 2015! According to the latest rumors from SR3, Sony A7000 will have a native “on sensor HDR” feature with 15.5 stops of dynamic range! Continue reading
There is few official announcement usually in summer during the hot vacation time, but in this summer 2015, it seems Panasonic, Olympus and Sony will have their announcements!
The Sony A7000 was first mentioned to be announced in mid 2015, along with Sony a7RII, RX10 II and RX100 IV, but according to the latest rumors from SAR, it got delayed because of the hardware issue.
The Current A6000
The announcement of the next Sony A6100 or A7000 is expected in the mid of June. According to the latest rumors from SR4, Sony A6100 or A7000 will be the fastest AF camera in the world and have the same kind of weather sealing of the A77 II. Continue reading