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November 9, 2016
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FS7II pricing around 7.900 Euro


Sony unveiled the FS7II at video makers in Barcelona but official announcement is expected to happen within the next 24-48 hours. In the meantime the pricing reported by is around 7.900 Euro. On the image above you see the FS7II with the gratical eye (1.500 Euro extra value).

November 7, 2016
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(SR5) The “WW158299” code is for a new Sony compact camera!


As you know last week Sony registered a new camera with the code “WW158299” at the Chinese Miit agency. Sources made us clear that this code is for a new compact fixed lens camera and not for a new E or A-mount camera. The sources did not tell me what the camera might be. All we know is that usually once registered a camera gets announced within the next two months.

I am yet not sure if that new compact camera will be announced on November 9 (Japan time) along the new FS7II E-mount camcorder.

November 4, 2016
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Sony registered a new camera on October 31. What is it?


Sony registered a new camera with the code “WW158299” at the Chinese Miit agency.

What is it? We know the FS7II is going to be announced next week. But I am not sure that code is for the new E-mount camcorder. Usually when such a code gets registered it takes a few weeks or up to 2 months until the product gets announced.

via Nokishita

November 4, 2016
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(SR5) First leaked picture of the new Sony FS7II


The Belgium shop published the first image and the first specs of the new Sony FS7II E-mount camcorder:

– Electronic Variable ND (FS5)
– 10 assignable buttons
– New Lens Lock Ring (Lever Lock Type) No rotation of lens anymore to detach.
– MPEG 2 Cache Recording
– BT 2020 Color Space
– New Arm Grip Position and Adjustments
– New 1/4 Full HD LCD (960/540) and rod ergonomics improvements

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November 4, 2016
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Sony invitation for a November 8 product launch event in Barcelona


This is the invitation for a Sony event in Barcelona. It says Sony will show you the last new products. This should be for the FS7II. But maybe Sony has a few more surprises too to show?

Thansk Aayham!

Note: November 8th 19:00 Barcelona time corresponds to November 9th in Japan. So it matches our rumors posted yesterday.

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