While Sony did show off some new products at CES 2014, their camera lineup seemed aimed more towards the hobbyist and the videographer, as opposed to the more professional photographer who might be look for more “serious” gear. Well fret not because according to a report from Sony Alpha Rumors, they claim that they have been tipped off by a couple of their sources that Sony is expected to make more camera announcements in the upcoming weeks, three weeks to be exact, and that these announcements are related to A and E-mount devices, so if you’re not a fan of compact digital cameras and wanted more professional gear, then perhaps this announcement could be of interest to you.
Assuming the information is accurate (SAR has been pretty spot on as far as these tips goes), Sony could be announcing the NEX-7’s successor which is apparently going to be known as the A7000, which seems to corroborate what we have heard in terms of the rumors. Sony is also expected to announce the A79 and possibly a full-frame A-mount camera as well. Take it with a grain of salt for now, but with word that Sony has scheduled an event for the upcoming weeks, we guess we won’t have to wait too long to see if Sony starts handing out invites for said event. In the meantime which device are you most looking forward to? Personally the successor to the NEX-7 would be most intriguing.
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