In early 2019, Sony released the new Sony a6400 (Amazon/ B&H/ Adorama). It is a mid-range mirrorless camera, featuring a 24.2MP APS-C sensor, 425 phase-detect points auto focus, ‘Real-time Eye AF’ and 11 fps with continuous AF. Sony a6400 has only one SD card slot that supports UGS-I SD memory cards, so if you will make full use of Sony a6400 for 4K video shooting, you must have a fast SD memory card.
Sony has officially released the new firmware updates verison 3.0 for a7R III (Amazon/Adorama/B&H Photo Video) and a7 III (Amazon/B&H Photo/Adorama) full-frame mirrorless cameras, The new firmware update 3.0 now available to download at Sony a7R III support page and Sony a7 III support page.
Sony A5000 and A5100 are Sony’s entry-level e-mount APS-C mirrorless cameras. Today we are showing you recommended lenses for Sony A5000 and Sony A5100.
Currently, there are a lot of e-mount lenses for Sony A5000 and A5100. The best ones are listed below:
According to trusted source Nokishita Camera, Sony has just registered a new camera code “WW151602”. This camera will be the RX0 Mark II. The announcement could be within one or two months. Nokishita Camera also said that there will be at least one new mirrorless camera (a7000 or a7S III) coming in the first half of 2019.
Now confirmed ! Sony will have a live event at 10:00 AM PST today. You can watch live stream video here. Along with Sony a6400, Sony is rumored to announce three new E/FE mount lenses: Sony FE 20mm f/2.8 Pancake Lens, Sony E 16mm f/2.8 II lens, Sony E 12-24mm f/4 Lens. Stay tuned for more info.