Sony NEX-5T, ILC-300 and QX Smartphone Lenses Coming Next Week

by on August 21, 2013

in Sony

Sony QX10

Sony’s new QX10 and QX100 smartphone lenses are rumored to be launching next week around August 27-29. Additionally, a new Sony NEX-5T (replacing the NEX-5R) and the Sony ILC-3000 are also rumored to be announced.

The Sony ILC-3000 is believed to be a mirrorless camera in the form of a DSLR. The general design of the ILC-3000 is rumored to replace the existing Sony Alpha lineup of SLT cameras. Purportedly, Sony will no longer make SLT cameras with the translucent mirror technology inside – opting instead for a full mirrorless design while maintaining the DSLR look and feel.

Finally, Sony is also rumored to announce a new 16-70mm f/4 lens and a power zoom 18-105mm f/4 lens with OSS built-in.

Keep a look out next week as the launch date approaches.

[via DCI]



{ 1 comment }

1 gare August 23, 2013 at 8:25 am

I sure hope all of my A mount lenses will work with this new ILC… If I have to buy new lenses again, I’m going back to Canon!!!

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