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September 30, 2009
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(FT5) The new Sony full frame sensor CCD SuperHAD II with 34.8MP!

Sony published the specs from the new SuperHAD CCD Sensor on their website! It will have no anti-aliasing filter, electronic shutter and a high flash sync with new anti-blooming structure. Better noise handling (+6 dB) and better microlenses design. The CCD sensor oals is to archive high resoltion and colors.
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Source: http://www.sony.net/Products/SC-HP/cx_news/vol52/pdf/featuring52.pdf


September 29, 2009
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(SR2) Sony Alpha 730?

Now photorumors.com found the Sony Alpha 730 brochure!
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click on the image to see it in full resolution!

source: http://news.fengniao.com/150/1502839.html

14.2mpixs Sensor
The maximum 7 shooting
100% viewfinder, magnification 95%
Dual-processor bionz
9:00 Focus (intermediate double-cross, the rest being single, plus 10 secondary lines)
Magnesium alloy body
Shutter 30-1/8000S
ISO 100-12800
40 district metering
920,000-pixel LCD screen can flip-style

September 28, 2009
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September 28, 2009
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(SR3) Sony CCD SuperHAD II sensor

CCD-FF-SuperHAD-II-

This should be the next generation Sony sensor

  • Series ICX (66X?) the blue band confirms it.
  • 20 connection pins
  • 43.3 Diagonal Width (36×24mm 3:2)
  • T 2.7?
  • is very like to ICX413 of 6MPx Sony CCD…

via: photorumors.com

September 27, 2009
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(SR4) Sony mirrorless camera!

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AmateurPhotographer (again) reports that “Sony is very much interested in the Micro Four Thirds system”. Sony mentioned that they may add their own version of a mirrorless camera and that “if we do it, we will do it much better”. Ouch!

Other Sony rumors (Sony 2010 roadmap):

  • CES, Las Vegas, January 7-10 2010: Sony A950 to be announced (32 MP sensor, no video, high ISO).
  • 600mm lens to be announced between January and April.
  • NAB, Las Vegas, April 10-15: Sony A1000 (DSLR video camera hybrid, similar to RED).
  • A cheap Sony A150 without built-in AF motor is expected.
  • Fotokina, September 8-10: Sony A820 (32 MP sensor, smaller body, SD card, video mode, built-in flash, simplified viewfinder).

Ouch again… For the full details on the Sony 2010 roadmap go to dyxum.

Another Sony related link: “Live view and video are entry-level features”

via: photorumors.com

November 30, -0001
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Next Nikon Full Frame may not use Sony sensors anymore…

According to the Italian blog Marsicalive (Click here / via NR) the next Nikon FF camera could use an Aptina sensor instead of Sony sensor. Aptina has a big partnership with Micron (that has a factory in Italy?). And while visiting the factory Shung Chieh (vice president of Aptina) unveiled that they will soon release a Full Frame CMOS sensor. When asked Shung didn’t deny that the sensor may be used by Nikon for their next FF camera!

The news has multiple important aspects for Sony:
1) The Sony A99 may will not share the 24(?) Megapixel sensor with Nikon
2) if Nikon goes his own way with sensor Sony will be free (or forced) to use their best sensor in their own Alphas instead of selling the exclusivity to Nikon like they did with the Nikon D800 (here at Amazon).

What do you think…is that a good or bad news for us? :)

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