Sony has just announced the new a6400 midrange APS-C mirrorless camera. The US price for this camera body is $898, now available for pre-order at. Here is a quick specs comparison for Sony a6300, Sony a6400, Sony a6500 and Canon EOS M50:
Update: Sony a6400 Officially Announced.
As confirmed in the last post, Sony will have a product announcement tomorrow. Now we got more info about this new product, along with new lenses, Sony will announced a new APS-C mirrorless camera called Sony Alpha a6400, to replace both Sony a5100 and Sony a6000. Sony a6400 will be a new mid-level APS-C mirrorless camera to have 4K video at 30p, and mostly for vloggers. Rumors also said a6400 will have some exciting new features. Stay tuned.
We are told that Sony will soon announce a new entry-level APS-C mirrorless camera in early 2019 to replace current Sony a5100. The name of this camera is not yet confirmed, could be called a5300 or a5500. Below are rumored specs of Sony a5200/a5300/a5500:
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A new Sony full frame CMOS sensor has leaked online, this new sensor is IMX455AQR, featured with 60MP, 8K Video, native ISO at 64. This sensor is the down verison of IMX551. According to our source, this IMX455AQR sensor could be on market in early 2019, and Nikon D6/Z8 could use this sensor.
Just received a email from our reader about the specs list of upcoming Sony a6700 & a7000. Other websites also reported similar specs several hours ago. Since currently there is no new Sony camera code registered online, so we are unlikely to see a6700 & a7000 announced in this year, previous rumors was said to be announced before Christmas. Stay tuned.
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Zeiss will soon announced the Batis 40mm f/2 CF FE lens in next several days, just ahead of Photokina 2018. According to NC, the weight for this lens is 361g. The lens composition is 8 groups 9 pieces, the shortest shooting distance is 24 cm, the filter diameter is 67 mm, optical vibration reduction is not installed.