Sony is rumored to have scheduled a huge product launch event on a date sometime between August 22 and August 28, which will include new cameras and lenses.
A slew of new Sony cameras and lenses are rumored to be on their way. Inside sources have leaked information about these devices on numerous occasions, therefore we should be seeing novel products in the near future.
Some folks have said that Sony will hold its announcement event sometime before the beginning of the Photokina 2014. The main reason behind this consists of creating a hype around the products and then giving users a chance to see them in action at the world’s largest digital imaging event.
The previous information seems to go hand in hand with the latest stuff, as a highly-trusted source is claiming that the PlayStation maker will hold a major show sometime between August 22 and 28.
New Sony cameras and lenses rumored to be launched later this August
An exact day cannot be established for the time being, but it should be leaked sometime in the near future. This means that you will have to stay tuned to find out all the details!
Before this major event, we should take a look at some of the Sony cameras and lenses most likely to be unveiled later this August.
Sony A5100 & RX1s cameras, Zeiss 16-35mm f/4 FE-mount & Sony 24-105mm f/4 A-mount lenses and more to come soon
Sony will introduce the A5100, an E-mount camera with an APS-C sensor to replace the A5000, which was launched earlier this year. The company should also announce a new QX-series lens-style camera, in the body of the QX30.
Additionally, a new E-mount shooter with a full frame sensor is expected to become official. FE-mount adopters will be pleased to hear that the Zeiss 16-35mm f/4 lens will finally get a proper launch, along with multiple other optics for A7, A7R, and A7S cameras.
The Japan-based manufacturer might also take the wraps off of its first curved sensor camera. The RX1s is said to be announced soon with a Zeiss 35mm f/1.8 lens. Sony may also reveal a bunch of A-mount lenses, such as a new 24-105mm f/4 G.
As usual, do not raise your hopes too high because these are all rumors. Meanwhile, stay tuned for more details!