Sony ZV-E10 II and Sony a6900 Specs Leaked

Sony enthusiasts eagerly anticipate the unveiling of the latest additions to the tech giant’s mirrorless camera lineup, including the much-anticipated Sony ZV-E10 II and the rumored flagship APS-C mirrorless camera, the Sony a6900. Leaked specifications have surfaced on Weibo, courtesy of a reliable insider with a track record of accuracy.

The Sony ZV-E10 II is poised to hit the market imminently, with rumors swirling about its enhanced features. Meanwhile, anticipation mounts for the potential unveiling of the Sony a6900, promising significant improvements to Sony’s APS-C lineup.

Enthusiasts speculate about potential lens announcements to complement these camera releases, including the possibility of a dedicated video lens and high-quality compact lenses tailored for the a6900. Take a look at the rumored specs below:

Sony ZV-E10 II Rumored Specs: (APS-C format Vlog flagship)

  • EVF-less design, almost a downgraded version of the a6700,
  • 26 million pixels,
  • 759 phase detection autofocus points,
  • ISO 100-32000,
  • multi-directional microphone with enhanced signal-to-noise ratio,
  • dynamic video stabilization, enhanced
  • full-pixel super Sampling 4K/60p video
  • supports XAVC HS, S, SI video specifications recording
  • up to 10bit 4:2:2
  • video breathing compensation, automatic composition
  • BIONZ XR processor
  • AI smart chip
  • multiple subject recognition and tracking
  • flip-up LCD screen
  • NP-FZ100 battery

Sony a6900 Rumored Specs: (APS-C format dual-image flagship)

  • 40.2 million effective pixels APS-C Exmor R sensor, ISO 80-32000,
  • approximately 8.0 level five-axis anti-shake
  • BIONZ XR processor + AI smart chip
  • 759 phase detection autofocus points, configurable Focus point size of
  • people, birds, animals, cars/trains, airplanes, insects Subject recognition, high-precision real-time tracking
  • Hi+ mode up to about 11 frames/second Lossless compressed RAW continuous shooting
  • Mechanical shutter with electronic front curtain enabled, Flash sync speed 1/320s, fastest exposure time 1/8000s
  • 4/16 photos pixel conversion multi-shooting function
  • rangefinder approximately 3.69 million dots 0.39-inch OLED electronic viewfinder
  • dual SD / CFexpress Type A memory card compatible card
  • slot ergonomic Grip design
  • Full pixel sampling 4K/120p video recording in 8K/30p, 4K/60p, 1.01x and 2.01x crop modes
  • S-Cinetone, S-LOG and LUT Importing and monitoring
  • Approximately 15 levels of dynamic range
  • Video breathing The compensation function, automatic video composition function, and dynamic video anti-shake enhanced mode

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Sony ZV-E10 with 16-50mm Lens at B&H, Adorama.

Sony a6700 with 16-50mm Lens at B&H, Adorama.

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Via: Weibo