Sony A-Mount Not Dead, but NEX Is…

October 16, 2013 | Mark Goldstein | Compact System Camera, Digital SLR Cameras | 1 Comment | |
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Sony have announced that a new mid to high-end Alpha mount camera body is currently under development. Due to be released in 2014, the new body confirms that Sony are still committed to the A-mount system. No further details about the new body have been released at today's London press briefing.

Meanwhile, it seems that the company's NEX branding is to be officially ended, as Sony focuses on promoting the Alpha naming convention for all of its mirrorless cameras. So expect to see future E-Mount cameras without that familiar NEX nomenclature...

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#1 Girl with four breasts

I love how Sony tickles this market but with so many mounts with so little lenses in each is messed up. Sony needs to be more focused. I want new A7r or just A7, but without at least one or two good lenses nobody is going to buy them. Nobody who cares about good glass.

5:33 pm - Wednesday, October 16, 2013