The Korea Radio Research Laboratory website was registered the Sony A5100 and Sony QX30 cameras.
The a5100 mirrorless camera model was also registered at the Indonesian Communication Agency website a few weeks ago.
The official announcement for the Sony A5100 mirrorless camera most likely be around the Photokina 2014 show, which will start in September.
The new model Sony ILCE-5100 (α5100) camera will be the successor of the current A5000 and replace the existing model. The QX30 will be a replacement for the current QX10 lens camera module for smart phones.
Sony A5100 & QX30 To Be Announced Soon
The Sony A5000 was announced back in January, 2014 and became the second model of the new Alpha series Sony E-mount cameras. The camera features a 20.1-megapixel APS-C image sensor, BIONZ X image processor, built-in WiFi, and NFC.
The Sony DSC-QX10 lens camera features a 10x zoom lens and 1/2.3″ Exmor R BSI CMOS sensor and the BIONZ image processor.
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