Breaking ! Sony WW594724 Got Registered ! (3 Sony Cameras now Confirmed Coming in 2019)

We already know that Sony has registered two new camera code WW716189 and WW246025 several days ago. Now a third Sony camera code WW594724 now got registered in China. These means we will at least see three new Sony cameras announced in the second half of 2019.

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What to Expect Next from Sony ? (June 2019)

This is June version of “What to Expect Next from Sony ?“. After the announcement of new Sony FE 200-600mm f/5.6-6.3 G OSS Lens (B&H/Adorama/Amazon/Focus Camera) and FE 600mm f/4 GM OSS Lens (B&H/Adorama/Amazon/Focus Camera), Sony also has one new camera code “WW716189” got registered at certification bodies, so we can expect at least one new camera to be announced within 1-2 months. Below is a roundup rumors of upcoming Sony cameras and lenses to be announced next.

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Sony RX0 II Announced, Price $698, 4K Video, 1 inch Sensor, 15.3MP !

Sony has officially announced the new RX0 II compact camera today. The RX0 II camera will ship in April 2019 for approximately $698 US. You can check pre-order options at B&H Photo Video/Adorama. Building upon the waterproof/dustproof, shockproof, crushproof and ultra-compact qualities of the original RX0, the new model now offers internal 4K recording, an adjustable LCD screen that tilts upward 180 degrees and downward 90 degrees and that even works underwater, and new image stabilization solutions for video recording.

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Sony Announcement at CP+ 2019 (FE 135mm f/1.8 GM Lens, RX0 II)

The CP+ Show 2019 will start next week, Sony is expected to have a product announcement next week ahead of CP+ 2019. So what Sony is going to announce ?

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Confirmed: RX0 Mark II “WW151602” and At Least One Mirrorless (a7000 or a7S III) Coming First Half of 2019

Sony has just registered a new camera code “WW151602”, according to Nokishita Camera, this camera will probably be the RX0 Mark II, to replace current RX0. The official announcement will be in next one or two months.
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