Sony A7000 Rumored to Feature 5-axis IBIS
More information have been leaked online for the Sony A7000. The high-end E-mount mirrorless camera with an APS-C image sensor is rumored to come with in-body 5-axis image stabilization technology.
According to sources at SonyAlphaRumors the rumored A7000 camera (name is still not clear yet) will include the 5-axis sensor-shift image stabilization technology, which has been introduced with the Sony A7II full-frame camera.
The Sony A7000 APS-C E-mount camera is said to be positioned above the current A6000, meaning that it is a possible NEX-7 successor camera. The rumored 5-axis on sensor stabilization tech also makes the Sony A7000 become the first APS-C E-mount camera. We’ll see!
Sony A7000 Announcement Scheduled for CP+ 2015
Let’s combine the previously leaked Sony A7000 specs. Here is a wrap-up list below.
- In-body 5-axis image stabilization technology
- 256 phase detect and 125 contrast detect points
- Nex 6 viewfinder
- Tri Nav
- Sensor will be engineered for high sensitivity
- Touch screen
The upcoming NEX-7 replacement is rumored to be announced officially at the Camera & Photo Imaging Show CP+ 2015 in mid-February. Release date is yet not confirmed but it is expected to arrive to the markets by mid 2015.