We have stated in the past that thanks to Sony’s new CEO, it seems that future Sony cameras are expected to be game-changers rather than upgrades to their successors, which is why earlier rumors have suggested that Sony’s camera roadmap has since been changed. Now thanks to the folks at Sony Alpha Rumors, they can “confirm” via one of their best sources that Sony’s a-e hybrid bridge camera project has been approved and that the device is currently being worked on. When could we see such a camera being released? Their source has indicated to them that the alleged camera could see a release in late 2014 in time for Photokina 2014, which we guess is still quite a long time to wait. Just like Sony Alpha Rumors, we’re not sure how an a-e hybrid camera system would work, but it definitely sounds interesting and might even be a game-changer, although we will need to see it for ourselves to best determine that. In any case take it with a grain of salt for now, but what do you guys think? Any photographers out there want to weigh in on this possible hybrid device?
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