Sony 32MP APS-C IMX342LQA Sensor Leaked

Sony sensor documents were leaked on weibo that look legitimate, but might be used for industrial applications only. This new APS-C chip is certainly an impressive one and it wouldn’t be the first time Sony mislabeled a chip in documents to throw off patent snoops. The STARVIS chip inside the Panasonic GH5S was “miss labeled” but discovered early.

So this very well could be the chip that Sony plans to use inside the a6700 or some other camera like an FS7 replacement. It could also be a chip for high-end application, but the global shutter performance of this chip should be found in future Sony APS-C products. Let’s hope this leak is legitimate.

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