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January 6, 2014
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(SR5) Breaking news: Sony NEX-3 successor to be announced today (live stream will be included!).

The High End E-mount and A-mount APS-C camera will be announced in late January or early February. But Sony wants to give us a small present today (or tomorrow for EU and Asia). They will announce the new Sony NEX-3 successor!

Sony will stream the announcement live and I will embed the live stream video on SAR. The press conference will start at January 1am tonight (London time). This means it will be 8pm this evening in New York, or 5pm in Las Vegas or 2 o clock in the night in Berlin or 11 in the morning in Tokyo.

Stay tuned on SAR tonight and the following days! The NEX-7 successor, A77 successor and some surprise coming the next weeks and months!!!

January 6, 2014
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(SR3) There will be an “R” version of the new High End APS-C E-mount camera?

New E-mount cameras will be split in two versions just like the RX.

A new source just notified me that Sony will actually launch two High End APS-C E-mount cameras. The second camera will be an “R” version which means a camera without Anti Aliasing filter. Just like the Sony RX1 and RX1R. He said the cameras will be announced soon and that matches with the timing I got from my trusted sources. The new E-mount and A-mount cameras are going to be announced in late January or early February right before the Japanese CP+ show. There will be some new lenses too!

Stay tuned on SAR! Exciting time ahead and I finally have some time to work more on grabbing rumors for you.

OK, just to tease you a bit: There will be surprises I didn’t tell you about ;)

January 3, 2014
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(SR4) Three E-mount (APS-C) and on A-mount (APS-C) camera to be announced between now and Photokina.

The A77 will be replaced soon.

A known source told me that he got the info that four Sony APS-C camera will be released between now and Photokina. Three of them will be E-mount and one of them A-mount with SLT mirror.

I already told you that there will be a new High End E-mount and an A77 successor soon. The other two cameras are likely to be entry level E-mount cameras.

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Reminder (SR = Sonyrumor):
SR1=probably fake rumor
SR2=rumor from unknown sources
SR3=50% chance it is correct
SR4=rumor from known sources
SR5=almost certainly correct!

January 2, 2014
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(SR3) First details about the new generation A-mount cameras…

A new source wrote this:

I was left some specifications for that ff and aps-c size A-mound cameras. both has WiFi and NFC tech. Improved JPEG engine. aps-c A-mount has lock on selector dial (same as a99 dial lock). LCD for aps-c camera improved 912k resolution to 1.2k resolution screen. Translucent mirror reflection down 30% to 20%. improved phase detection AF sensor. both has same 19 point AF 11 cross type(same as a77 and a99). the name for both cameras still classified.”

I am now working to get all the camera specs. As I told you before there is plenty of new cameras coming soon (late January-early February). This includes a new High End APS-C E-mount camera and at least two A-mount cameras. But I am pretty sure there could be more cameras too (for example RX and entry level E-mount). Stay tuned on SAR. Hot times ahead of us!

Message to sources: You can send me more info anonymously by using the contact form you see on the very right of your browser. You can also contact me directly at sonyalpharumors@gmail.com.

For readers: Subscribe the RSS feed (Click here) and Twitter (Click here) stream and the Facebook fan page (Click here) in order to not miss any news!

Reminder (SR = Sonyrumor):
SR1=probably fake rumor
SR2=rumor from unknown sources
SR3=50% chance it is correct
SR4=rumor from known sources
SR5=almost certainly correct!

January 1, 2014
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Digital Zeiss Ikon design by Vladimir Markov.

Vladimir Markov posted these Zeiss Ikon digital concept pictures at Cargocollective.com. As you probably know Zeiss once designed a superb Zeiss Ikon M-mount camera (to find here on eBay). It was a sort of cheaper Leica M alternative. I would certainly welcome Zeiss designing an E-mount FF cameras a simple and elegant as the Zeiss Ikon ZM!

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