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Rumor recap: Sony E-mount gear at CP+ (A7IV ???), Six new Sony E-mount lenses in 2020, Tokina 85mm f/1.8 FE lens…


Time for a rumor recap:

Sony Cameras:
RUMOR: Sony will announce a new camera at the CP+ show (70% reliable –article here). Is it the A7IV???
RUMOR: Sony A7sIII might have 4k120p and a cooling vent (70% reliable – article here).
RUMOR: Sony 8k sensors and new codec specification (90% reliable – article here).
RUMOR: Quad Bayer FF sensors from Sony (90% reliable – article here).
RUMOR: FX6 camcorder will  be announced in early 2020. Basically an FX9 but with SDXC cards and XAVC-L only (90% reliable – article here).

Sony Lenses and accessories:
RUMOR: Sony will announce 6 new E-mount lenses in 2020. Most of them tele primes and tele zooms (70% reliable –article here).
RUMOR: Sony’s next announcement might give us a fast GM wide angle lens (80% reliable – article here).
FACT:  Sony’s GP-VPT2BT shooting grip with Bluetooth remote control function has been registered in Asia (article here).
FACT: Sony said f/1.2 FE lenses are a possibility (article here).
PATENT: Sony patented new 100mm f/1.4 and 500mm f/4.0 lenses (article here and article here).

Third party lenses:
RUMOR: Tokina 85mm f/1.8 FE lens will be announced soon (90% reliable – article here).
RUMOR: The six new Tamron FE lenses will all be unveiled in 2020. None of them is likely to be a fast prime (70% reliable – article here).
FACT: Tamron said they have SIX more FE Lenses on their roadmap (article here).
FACT: Rumiere APO 75mm f/0.95 FE lens coming (article here).
PATENT: Sigma also patented a new 50mm f/1.2 FE lens design (article here).

TWO more things:
PATENT: Sony patented a new drone camera (article here).

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