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Mark Peters : August 11th 2010 - 16:16 CET

New Sony Alpha cameras


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SonyNew Sony Alpha SLR cameras : September will be an interesting month. With two international shows, IFA in Berlin and the Photokina 2010 in Cologne (Germany), consumer electronics are the center of attention. The official introduction of the Sony NEX camera system was a few months ago, and right after that the question was raised if that would mean the end of the Sony Alpha DSLR camera as well. The official reaction was that a new Sony Alpha cameras would appear within that same year. There are, however, persistent rumors that make us believe that there are at least four new Sony Alpha cameras coming out!. There is talk of the Sony Alpha 55, Sony Alpha 33, Sony Alpha 560 and the Sony Alpha 590 DLSR cameras.
New Sony Alpha cameras

New Sony Alpha cameras
The most interesting cameras appear to be Sony DSLR-A55 and the Sony DSLR-A33. Although Sony is known worldwide as a camcorder specialist, the current Sony Alpha camera still doesn’t have a video function. While the competitors have already included new HD video DSLR cameras in their assortment, Sony has announced that they do not think that the time has come yet to include video in their Alpha series. This would especially be due to quality considerations. And that makes the expectations for video on the Sony Alpha 55 and Alpha 33 even higher!

Sony Alpha cameras

Sony Alpha cameras
Although the specifications are not official, they are interesting enough to name. The resolution will be increased to 14 (Sony Alpha 33) and 16 Megapixels (Sony Alpha 55), respectively, and the image speed for action photography will be increased to 7 (Sony A33) and 10 bps (Sony A55), respectively. Additionally, there is of course the story about video. Both new Sony Alpha DSLR cameras will support AVCHD Full HD video, and thereby Sony will overcome an important hindrance.

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New Sony Alpha cameras at Photokina 2010
The Sony Alpha 590 and Alpha 560 DSLR cameras mentioned earlier will be a small upgrade from the current line of Sony Alpha cameras. The amount of pixels will be increased in both Alpha cameras, to 16 and 14 Megapixels. The long-expected successor of the Sony DSLR-A700 does not appear amongst them, but it seems that Sony is keeping something in store for later. As soon as there is more news, an update will follow!




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