The race for a Full Framed mirrorless camera is on, but it’s always been a one horse race. Sony was always going to be the first to release full framed mirrorless interchangeable camera.
Sony Alpha Rumors have released an SR2 rumour which means the rumour is from an unknown source with a possibility of being correct between 20%-40% of supposably the specs of the FF mirrorless NEX.
This is what he writes about the NEX-FF:
- ibis /5 axis/ up to 4,5 stops gain
- similiar design with nex-7 but some 15% more massive /in terms of dimensions and some 20% more weight than 7
- 1400 focus points, much improved metering
- 3,5,8,12 fps modes, also something they called ‘mega fast mode’ 14 pcs
- 1 new flash unit
- ‘improved video’ /whatever that means/
- new chip. Now, about chip, it will be decided which version will be implemented – 24, 32 or 36 mpix, the best results /speed and accuracy/ was achieved with 32 mpix chip, the most vivid colours and iso were with 24mpix and 36mpix is not so 10+ on tests. Also, this chip is little slower when put on ibis system.
- buffer – at least 1gb
- wifi – yes
- 3” screen, articulated in 3 axis
- 2 colours /black and some gray version/
- some new global software support
- new small adapter for a lenses
- New Oled EVF
So what do you all think? Is a Full Framed mirrorless camera something you be interested in?