Details Emerging About Sony’s Upcoming Full Frame Mirrorless Camera
It’s becoming clear that Sony was planning to unleash a full frame mirrorless camera within the end of the year, according to rumour mills. In fact, Sony is getting ready to unveil its latest creation, and new details are starting to emerge that suggest about the revolutionary camera that is taking shape? Many of the rumors are being gathered and published by sonyalpharumors, which made heads turn by saying that the camera is “going to shake the photography world.” This camera will be one of Sony’s biggest announcements in recent years, and SAR suspects that Sony is intentionally spreading misinformation in order to hide truths about the camera.
Some facts point out that some of Olympus best features will be appearing inside the new Sony camera. One that is being mentioned a lot is the highly acclaimed 5-axis image stabilization, which would make the full frame camera the first NEX to offer sensor-based stabilization (i.e. every lens you attach would be stabilized).
Price-wise, SAR reports that the camera could have a price tag of less than $3,000 — a price that’s comparable to the company’s high end Alpha 99 DSLR stylized camera.