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New generation of fullframe Sony sensor ready. FF camera to be announced by early 2011?  :clap:

Source: http://www.sonyalpharumors.com/sr4-new-generation-of-fullframe-sony-sensor-ready-ff-camera-to-be-announced-by-early-2011/

"But what about the FF plans? Let’s start with the bad news. We don’t expect any new FF camera at Photokina (late September). It is true that Sony currently makes money with the NEX cameras and not with their Fullframe cameras and lenses. And if Nikon really starts to produce their own sensors than Sony fullframe sensor development and production will be even more costly. Espite all our sources us that the new generation of Sony fullframe sensors is ready. It will be a High-resolution sensor with fast 10fps and FullHD video and very good High-ISO image quality. The specs are not definitive. We were told that they have two sensor options: a new ExmorHD 24MPX and a new ExmorHD 30+MPX sensor. The design of the camera is based on the next pellix camera (which we will see in late August).

The good news. Sony will also shorten the relase cycle of the next FF camera. First expected by end 2011 the next FF camera should be announced by early 2011. Also in that case I don’t know if Sony will show us a prototype of that camera at Photokina (like it did for the A7xx at PMA in February). Sony knows they have to introduce a FF camera sooner than planned to compete against the Canon 5D MarkII."


In summary


- ExmorHD highresolution sensor optimized for speed and high-quality video
- New very good High-ISO performance (up to 12.800 ISO)
- New design based on the next Pellix cameras (This also opens the question if it will feature an optical or an electronic viewfinder)


Interessante o trecho do rumor que menciona a possibilidade da Nikon iniciar a produção de seus próprios sensores  :ponder:  Se por um lado é bom para a Nikon por lhe trazer independência quanto ao fornecimento dos sensores, por outro lado ela teria que arcar sozinha com o custo do desenvolvimento dos mesmos! Poderíamos esperar câmeras mais caras no futuro, pelo menos a linha profissional (Fx)???

Boa Leitura!