The rumors have been out there for a while – Sony is done with the Translucent Mirror Technology and going full mirrorless in its Alpha A-mount cameras. As impressive as the Sony A77 and A99 have been, they may very well be a dying breed in the Sony Alpha lineup. A recently published patent application seems to offer solid support for these rumors as well. [click to continue…]
Sony has unveiled the new Alpha α58, which features a 20.1MP APS CMOS sensor that can also capture full 1080/24p HD video. The α58 serves as a successor to the Sony α57. Like other Sony Alpha SLT models, the α58 offers a built-in image stabilization system at the sensor level and, of course, Sony’s translucent mirror technology, which aids in the rapid 8fps shooting the α58 delivers. [click to continue…]
The recently-leaked Sony A58 and NEX-3N are expected to be officially unveiled on Monday, Feb. 25, 2013. Firmed up specs have also leaked out now . . . leaving little to wonder about these cameras once official word comes out next week. [click to continue…]
Along with the upcoming Sony NEX-3N that just leaked out, the Sony A58‘s official product images are now out in the wild prior to an official announcement as the successor the Sony A57. [click to continue…]
The next round of cameras coming from Sony are rumored to be entry-level models. Specifically, the mirrorless Sony NEX-3N is rumored to fill in the place of the current (and excellent) Sony NEX-F3.
Additionally, a pair of SLT Alpha models – the A38 and A58 – should replace the current A37 and A57. Both of the current models feature a 16.1MP APS-C sensor. [click to continue…]
B&H Photo has the new Sony A99 full frame 24MP SLT camera back in stock. Check it out here at B&H Photo.