Last week we reported on a rumor that suggested that Sony could be unveiling a new full-frame NEX camera in a few months’ time, and according to Sony Alpha Rumors, they have gotten additional information about the device which we’re sure some photographers out there might be interested in learning about. While the full list of specs of the alleged full-frame NEX camera remain a mystery for now, Sony Alpha Rumors claims that according to three of their sources, Sony will be making an announcement for the device most likely in Autumn.
SAR goes on to state that they have “heard” that this will be the first NEX camera from Sony to feature sensor image stabilization which thought might not be possible for a full-frame E-mount device. In any case like they said these are only rumors at this point in time, so take it with a grain of salt. Additional hardware specs and features have yet to be revealed, so check back with us at a later date for more details, but in the meantime what do you guys think about the sensor image stabilization feature? Yay or nay?
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