Yesterday we reported on the first rumors of the Sony mirrorless A7000, the model that would replace the NEX-7 over the course of 2015. From Sony Alpha Rumors come new details, and even the hypothetical list price. Summarize new and old news: The sensor seems to be a newly developed product, albeit with the same resolution, 24MP or more. For the lens is about a 16-50 mm redesigned, with a much higher quality than the optics supplied with the NEX-7.
The camera should have full capability of tethering with a shutter speed of 1 / 8,000 of a second, weather sealed body and the ability to shoot video in 4K resolution with uncompressed HDMI output. A7000 should also have a phase detection system, which operates on 256 points, combined with a contrast detection system, which operates on 125 points. It would also present a screen with a touchscreen.
Along with the mirrorless would be coming a new approach 16-70 mm, which is also made with tropical conditions and Zeiss lenses. The release is scheduled for 2015, with an announcement possibly as early at CES in Las Vegas in January. For the body of the machine it comes to $ 699.
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