According to recent Sony rumors, the company is said to announce a new APS-c sensor mirrorless camera sometime in 2023. Official announcement is expected to happen by the end of May. This new high-end APS-C E-mount camera will be the successor of the A6600. So waiting for a high-end APS-c mirrorless camera (A7000) is still a dream for now, we hope this rumor became true.
Sony A7000 Rumored Specs
- 26.1MP APS-C Backside Illuminated (BSI) CMOS sensor
- BIONZ XR and AI chip
- Real-time tracking AF system using AI
- 4K60p no crop
- S-Cinetone / S-Log3
- 8 steps of camera shake correction effect
- EVF Quad-VGA OLED Tru-Finder 3.69 million dots
If the rumor is correct, the E-mount APS-C model will be equipped with a back-illuminated sensor. Like the Sony a7R V announced the other day, it seems to be equipped with an AI processing unit, 4K60p has no crop, and the camera shake correction effect is 8 steps. The EVF of the current Sony A6600 is 2.36 million dots and it will be 3.69 million dots on Sony A7000. Recently, it seems that S-Cinetone / S-Log3, which is a standard for Sony A cameras, has also been adapted.
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