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Sony A7000 New Rumored Specification

Sony-A7000-coming-soonSony A7000 new rumored specification surfaced over the web and according to the new specification the upcoming camera may carry a completely new APS-C sensor with a massive 32 Megapixel resolution, take a look at the NEW vs Old rumored specification of the camera..

New Rumored Specification Old Rumored Specification
32mp BSI
5-axis IBIS
Much better ISO
4K
285 PDAF points
New EVF (larger T* viewfinder 0.75x)
14.5fps
Smaller than A6000, less weight too
No weather sealing
Mic-input
Available in Black color
24MP APS-C image sensor
In body image stabilization (No word about 5 axis)
4k video
XAVC-S video codec
Improved image processor
Larger buffers
Weather sealed camera body
overhauled button layout
EVF with pop-out mechanism
180 deg rotating touch enabled display


Sony wants to take back the crown of flagship mirrorless camera back from Samsung, if Sony announces a new camera with 32 MP resolution, 5 axis IS and 285 PDAF AF points it will become superior than Samsung NX1 and any other mirrorless camera of today.

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source – SAR.com

 

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