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Difficult times for all companies because of the near production stop in China

Three weeks ago SAR told you as first that Sony would announce a fast wide angle prime lens in late February. And indeed this underwhelming rumor turned out to be true. I really was hoping to get at least the compact camera that Sony registered back in December. But nope :(

But let’s get over the disappointment and focus on what’s coming next. Here is the recap:

  1. Sony registered a new fixed lens camera in December. Announcement should come any time soon if Coronavirus didn’t mess up with the roadmap.
  2. 12-24mm f/2.8 GM lens should be announced around Photokina time too.
  3. Both the A7IV and A7sII successor are DEFINITELY planed to be released this year. But all depends obviously on how fast China will solve the production issues (Note: Sony produces the camera in Thailand but many parts are imported from China). The A7sII successor should be on market by September 2020.
  4. More lenses are coming, most likely telephoto GM.

Stay tuned folks!

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