Sony a6700 Rumored Specs
The rumor mill has been buzzing with excitement over Sony’s rumored upcoming camera model, the “Sony a6700“. While there is no guarantee that this information is 100% accurate, it is worth taking a look at what we know so far.
According to industry insiders, Sony is gearing up to announce a number of new camera models in the coming months. First on the docket is the successor to the popular “ZV1” camera, which is set to be unveiled by the end of May. However, the real excitement surrounds a rumored “high-end APS-C camera” that is expected to be announced in August.
If the rumors are to be believed, the “Sony a6700” will be a powerhouse of a camera, boasting a 26-megapixel sensor and in-body image stabilization (IBIS) with a 7-step effect. It will also be equipped with the same “AI processor” as the “ZV-E1“, which is sure to delight fans of Sony’s cutting-edge technology. Additionally, the camera is expected to feature 4K120p 1.19 crop video capabilities and a newly designed body with the EVF placed on the left side and the wheel scroll placed on the front under the shutter button. The grip has also been redesigned for a more ergonomic feel, making it easier to handle during long shoots.
Sony a6700 Rumored Specs:
- Product name: Sony a6700
- Same 26-megapixel sensor as “FX3“
- In-body image stabilization (IBIS) 7 steps effect
- Equipped with the same “AI processor” as the “ZV-E1“
- 4K120p 1.19 crop
- Adopting a newly designed body, the EVF is placed on the left side, and the wheel scroll is placed on the front under the shutter button.
- The grip has been redesigned for a more ergonomic grip.
- The body size is about 3mm thicker and 4mm higher
- Announced in early July
While we can’t be certain of the exact details until Sony makes an official announcement, it’s clear that the “a6700” has the potential to be a game-changer in the world of mirrorless cameras. The rumored specs alone are enough to get any photography enthusiast excited, and the fact that Sony has hinted at “launching competitive products into the market” only adds to the anticipation.
It’s worth noting that Sony is not the only player in the mirrorless camera game. Canon has made it clear that they are aiming to “establish the No. 1 position in the mirrorless field”, and it seems likely that Sony is taking notice. With both companies vying for the top spot, it’s clear that the competition is heating up and we can expect to see some exciting developments in the world of mirrorless cameras in the near future.
Of course, it’s important to keep in mind that all of this is based on rumors and speculation. While the “a6700” certainly looks like an impressive camera on paper, we won’t know for sure until Sony makes an official announcement. Nonetheless, it’s exciting to see what the future holds for Sony’s camera lineup, and we can’t wait to see what they have in store for us next.
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