Sony has displayed prototypes of six new interchangeable lenses for its Alpha series of DLSR cameras at this year’s PMA International Trade Show in Las Vegas.
The latest iteration of Sony’s popular RX100 series features a redesigned sensor, upgrades autofocusing system, faster response times and a microphone port.
Sony’s highest resolution full-frame camera offers 61-megapixel stills resolution, up to 10 fps burst shooting with AF / AE tracking and 4K video recording.
An update to the mid-range α6300 with improved autofocusing, time-lapse recording, a 180-degree flip-up touchscreen monitor and support for UHS-II memory cards.
Sony’s α7M3 camera introduces 4K video and boasts improved stabilisation, twice the frame rate of the previous model and a larger buffer capacity.
A versatile, weather-sealed standard zoom lens for Sony’s mirrorless cameras with full frame sensors.
Sony’s latest pocketable camera features a 24-200 mm (equivalent) zoom lens plus an upgraded sensor and processor, improved AF and a larger buffer memory.
An update to the α7R II that promises faster image processing, improved AF performance, expanded image stabilisation capabilities and higher quality 4K video recording.
Sony’s new RX10 Mark IV is the first in its line of fixed-lens long-zoom cameras to include a touch screen plus phase-detection AF capabilities.
A fast wide angle zoom lens with a constant f/2.8 maximum aperture, near-silent autofocusing and weather-resistant construction.