We have already shared the news that Sony will announce a new High End APS-C E-mount mirrorless camera in late May 2021. This new high-end APS-C E-mount camera rumored to be positiones as the successor of the A6600.
However Tony Northrup believes Sony could be making their version of a Nikon D500 or Canon 7D II – a professional-grade APS-C camera with top-end autofocus and a high frames per second. Just like the D500 was the “Baby D5“, this new camera (which Tony is calling a Sony a6900 or Sony a1000) would be the “Baby a1”. It would provide a higher pixel density in the center of the frame, making it superior for scenarios like wildlife where you always have to crop, anyway.
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