Sony Interview at Optyczne: New Sony A-mount and E-mount Products are Being Developed

During the press conference of Sony, the POlish site (google translation here) had the opportunity to talk to Masaaki Oshima and Yann Salmon-Legagneur from Sony. Here are the key points:

Maciej Latałło: Is it possible to implement functions Astro-tracer (known from the Pentax K-3 II), to full-frame sensor Alph stabilized?

Masaaki Oshima: Among our customers there is some interest in this function. We are currently investigating how to apply it in future products, but for now we do not have a solution.

ML: Is it possible to implement a function of recording 4K cameras cheaper than the RX10 II and RX100 IV?

MO: Technically speaking, we can do it. This, however, requires efficient processor imaging and raise the price of the product. Everything depends on the expectations of the users. If customers are interested in – we will consider it.

ML: When we will see the successor of Alpha A6000?

MO: We’re going to continue to develop cameras with APS-C matrix. I can not give an exact release date, but maybe in the future we will see to it.

ML: How Sony sees the future of A mount? Can we expect new products?

MO: We continue to develop the A mount and do not plan to give it up. But I can not give details about specific products Prime Minister

We already reported that a new Sony A-mount will be announced in early November, 2015, after the PhotoPlus show 2015, this info is confirmed by trusted sources. The high end A-mount camera Sony A99 is three years old, so it is the time for Sony to announce the new Sony A99II. Stay tuned on Camera Times to get more info the coming days!

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