A New Sony A-mount Camera To Be Announced in Early November

Sony is rumored to announce the a new A-mount camera which will replace the A99. A possible Sony A99II full-frame A-mount camera is previously scheduled to be announced in Fall 2015.

According to latest Sony rumors, the new A-mount camera model is coming in early November right after the PhotoPlus 2015 and feature a new sensor as well as internal 4K recording.

The high end A-mount camera Sony A99 is three years old, so a replacement for this lineup possibly could be the A99II.

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A New Sony A-mount Camera To Be Announced in Early November


For Sony, it looks like the E-mount is priority but the company also working on a A99II A-mount camera.

The A99 features a 24MP 36x24mm CMOS sensor that features on-sensor phase detection, creating a dual AF system that promises improved focus tracking and focus precision. The A-mount camera can found around $2,000 at Amazon.

via SonyAlphaRumors

  • Mridul baruah

    Waiting for A77 Mark III….hope they announce it soon.

  • Jai DaMann

    Been waiting on the new A99II. I really don’t want to go with the E mount series.

  • xslavic

    Why Amazon?..

  • iphoto27

    Sony will abandon 1/1 A-mount camera for beginners just like Olympus said they will not kill the Olympus E-5.
    Beside the Sony SLT-A99 was not their pro camera. The last was the Sony A900.
    They are gearing up to make beginner & amateur cameras like the Sony A6000 and Sony A7 series.
    You simply CAN NOT stay in business by making it to selected few.