In a recently interview with Sony manager Kenji Tanaka by dpreview at CP+ Show 2018 in Japan. He talks about recently announced full frame mirrorless camera Sony a7 III (B&H/Adorama/Amazon), and upcoming FE 400mm f/2.8 GM OSS Lens, a9, weather sealing, APS-C mirrorless cameras, firmware updates and more, you can see the detail below:
At CP+ Show, French website Focus-numerique interviewed the Sigma CEO about recently announced 9 Sigma FE lenses (Pre-order at B&H Photo Video and Adorama.com) and upcoming Sigma lens plan for Sony full frame mirrorless cameras. Sigma CEO confirmed that they will develop new lenses designed exclusively for Sony full frame mirrorless cameras.
According to a recently interview from Focus-Numerique with Sony managers, Sony said that they will continue to develop Sony A-mount cameras and A-mount lenses in near future. Sony also takes about more about Sony A-mount, E-mount, compact cameras and lenses, sensors. You can take a look at summary below:
According to a recently interview with Sony engineers and managers by Photolari. Sony told us that currently they didn’t have any plan for rumored Sony Medium Format mirrorless camera yet, because they are too busy for the full frame mirrorless cameras. The next full frame mirrorless camera from Sony will likely be Sony a7III, it will be announced in early 2018.
In a recently interview with Sigma’s CEO Kazuto Yamaki by Sigma Canada, Kazuto Yamaki said again that they will making Sigma lenses for Sony E-mount mirrorless cameras and FE mount mirrorless cameras. He didn’t told us about whether new Sigma FE lenses will have new designs or same old design as Canon/Nikon mount lenses.
At CP+ Show in February in Japan, dpreview had a chance to interview with Sony senior executives, taking about the future of the a7-series, Sony’s Imaging PRO Support, the future of the A-mount SLT cameras, and Sony’s strategy for growing the 1-inch camera segment.
Imaging Resource recently has made an interview with Sony managers at Sony Thailand Factory. Talking about mapping out the future of the interchangeable-lens camera, and image sensors that made by Sony. Though there is not much talk about future cameras or lenses, but we have got several ideas from this interview.