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 camera could give us Fujifilm X-T3 like performance with a faster 24mp sensor readout than the IMX571 insides the X-T3. Sony could also offer a crop mode shooting mode at lower resolution like Fujifilm does that would go beyond Fujifilm’s 30fps.

There is also a new BSI 24mp Full Frame sensor with similar specs to the APS-C sensor that is available. This is believed to be the sensor inside the Sony a7III.

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