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Sony Upcoming Camera 2018

Sony upcoming camera 2018

2018 was a awesome year for Sony camera division And all of us also. Sony A7, A9 series camera raised the temperature of FF camera section. Being a Canon user I do appreciate the speed of development that Sony showed the world. Sony is the only FF camera maker that offers Fullframe Mirrorless camera under $1000 with kit lens. Now Sony is the only company that makes Fullframe BSI CMOS sensor and Sony A9 is world first camera to offer Fullframe Stacked CMOS senor.

1. Sony A7 III – Mini A9, Early 2018

I have no idea why Sony is delaying the update of Sony A7II camera. Since, the Sony A7II is the only camera that’s limited to Full HD video mode in A7 series line-up. According to the information we have received the while ago the upcoming is A7III series camera will going to be a trim down version of the current A9. So an Affordable A9 is on its way.

I feel that once the sale of A9 goes below a specific volume the will put a NEW mini A9 for consumers branded under the A7III name.

2. Sony A7S III – ISO 3.2 – 6.5 Million ISO range

Probably three months after the announcement of GH5s as I feel so. Since, Panasonic is trying to mimic the Sony A7 series pattern of cameras and as the information we have received the GH5s core specs will dominate the A7S II camera. But Panasonic forget that, Sony A7s II is using same sensor of A7S camera announced back on April 2014. The Sony A7SII sensor is based on FSI and NOT a BSI tech, So I personally believe that if Sony introduces BSI or BSI + Stacked CMOS tech in next version of A7S III camera by having the same resolution they will touch 3.2 OR +1 stop that’s 6.5 Million ISO. It’s necessary also to beat the Nikon D5.

3. Sony RX100 VI – Not too early

Very less information available related to RX100 V successor.

4. Sony A9R – 70-80MP | 600+ AF points | 5-7FPS | 4K | 5axis IS

Sony A9R isn’t dead yet. We may see a long rumored 70-80MP Stacked CMOS sensor based camera sometime in September to flush out the Canikon FF Mirrorless announcement. I am not sure but Sony is also preparing for a big announcement sometime in Sep 2018. The next gen of A7R IV / Sony A9R will get a massive high resolution sensor with 600+ AF points and 5-7 FPS of continuous shooting speed.

5. Sony at CES 2018

Do you believe, we not a single list hanging on any rumor mills about Sony CES 2018 announcement. It’s completely unexpected. Rumor mills are dried up completely, But we are alive and kicking, so do. follow us on FACEBOOK | TWITTER | GOOGLE+

we also have a Sony camera users facebook group you must join that group to get live updates lots of discussions are going on, there you can ask questions you can give answers you can share your images.

3 comments to Sony Upcoming Camera 2018

  • Oleg Gontar

    “Sony A7, A9 series camera raised the temperature of FF camera section”

    Brilliant hint on the overheating issues :DD

  • Camera Sue

    I hope they bring any new A9R with the E-mount bayonet. It seems the A-Mount is dead, as no one is making glass for the A-Mount. Much better selection with the E-Mount. Yeah, I know, get an adapter. But the lenses just are not as fast or responsive with A-to-E mount adapters. Better to shoot native.

  • Dave Haynie

    The A9 has the FE mount, so it’s guaranteed that the A9R, if it materializes, will employ the FE mount. Sony seems to have lost interest in the A Mount.

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