It wasn’t too long ago that Sony took the wraps off their new full-frame mirrorless cameras, the Sony A7 and A7R and now according to Sony Alpha Rumors, they have managed to obtain Sony’s camera roadmap for 2014 although we’re not sure if this is the entire list of the devices planned, or if it is only a partial list, but given Sony Alpha Rumors’ track record of being spot on with their leaks and rumors, it’s worth taking a look at. According to their source, it seems that Sony will have a bunch of new and exciting cameras to show off in 2014, and will cater to both photographers who want a regular DSLR system, and to those who want a mirrorless system.
Assuming their sources are correct, come 2014 we can look forward to new APS-C E-mount cameras. One of these cameras is expected to be the successor of the NEX-7 (which has been rumored for a while now), and possible entry-level devices. We can also look forward to a new A-mount full-frame camera, new full-frame E-mount cameras, a potential hybrid A- and E-mount camera, and a slim chance of there being a APS-C A-mount device. The latter might be a no-show, but apparently there are prototypes in the works and it’s a matter of whether Sony thinks it’s ready for primetime. Take it with a grain of salt for now, but if you’re a camera enthusiast, these are definitely devices worth looking forward to.
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