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Sony Sensor Updates Their CMOS Image Sensors for Consumer Cameras With New APS-C and Full Frame Offerings

Sony semiconductors updated their CMOS Image Sensors for Consumer Cameras and it now likely shows the sensor inside the Fujifilm X-T3, but it also might show a future Sony mirrorless sensor the IMX271. While it’s not a BSI sensor it does allow for a faster readout than the IMX571 insides the Fujifilm X-T3. Sony’s next […]

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New Sony APS-C Cameras Coming Soon and More

Pronews.jp reporting from the Sony booth with Kenji Tanaka Senior General Manager have some additional details from Photokina 2018 to share. Using E-mount for high-end cinema cameras like “VINCE” is part of the strength of the Mount. It can be used for anything. Sony is pushing AI as a way to evolve shooting Sony E-mount […]

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Sony APS-C Global Shutter Sensor Are Coming

Image Sensor World spotted 6 new global shutter sensors on Sony’s website. The IMX367LLA, IMX342LQA, IMX392LQR, IMX305LQR, IMX304LLR/LQR, and IMX267LLR/LQR are very interesting and range from 2.35MP 1/2.3-inch IMX392LLR/LQR to 31.5MP APS-C IMX342LLA/LQA. The IMX342LQA could easily go in a camera like the Sony a6700 or a7000 and cause disruption in the APS-C Market. As exciting […]

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BREAKING NEWS: Sony’s NEW APS-C System Revealed Starting With The Sony a7000

Just days after receiving details about Sony developing a future APS-C camera we receive our first look at the system to come. Sony is going interchangeable sensor with a catch. The body will now be the Sony ax000 series with modular caring the naming convention we are all familiar with. Sony believes that LCD and EVF technology […]

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New Sony APS-C Survey Hints at Renewed Development

A reader contacted me about an APS-C survey he recently revived from Sony as an a6xxx series camera owner and it might be an indication of Sony starting to fulfill their promise to continue the development of their develop APS-C system. The survey wanted to know details like what would you want on an a6xxx […]

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