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October 14, 2009
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(SR 2) Sony Alpha 950

Received this today from a new rumors source:

Alpha A950

– New Rapid CMOS Exmor Sensor 18.4mp

-9fps burst stills

-1080p HD Video @ 60FPS

– MF Check Live View

– Intelligent Preview

October 11, 2009
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(SR3) Sony mirrorless APS-C camera!

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I just received this:

Hi, I know from a good source that Sony already has a pocket-interchange camera. This camera is in the field, some user are testing it now. This is a DSC-Cyber shot APS-C sensor camera with just 3 interchange prime lenses (G lens) 16mm, 35mm and 60mm. -No EVF on camera (I don´t know if optional) -LCD 3″ 921.000 dots -APS-C CMOS 14MPx -Alpha-Minolta hot shoe -IS on camera -flash on camera -contrast af It will be announce in PMA10.

And photorumors already has an image from the camera!

click on picture to enlarge!

October 4, 2009
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Is Sony working on a 3D still camera?

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SonyAlphaRumors found a new Sony patent (September 24, 2009 patent NR. 20090237493) which shows a digital 3D camera. The text clearly says that such tecnology will be used in video and still cameras (and use CCD sensors)

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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September 29, 2009
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(SR2) Sony Alpha 730?

Now found the Sony Alpha 730 brochure!

click on the image to see it in full resolution!


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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