Here are the full list of rumored Sony cameras and lenses. We shared with you the upcoming Sony cameras for the year 2022. In this up-to-date list, you’ll find the full list of Sony mirrorless cameras and E-mount lenses expected to be announced for the rest of the year.
The good news is that we seem to have confirmed that high-end cameras such as Sony A9 III and A7RV, which we have been talking about since the beginning of the year, and two important lenses such as FE 85mm F1.2 GM and FE 100mm F1.4 GM will be announced in 2022.
Here is a small update to catch up the Sony a9 III and Sony a7R V rumors. Let’s start with the Sony A9 III camera (successor of Sony A9 II).
According to the latest rumors, the new Sony A9 III is expected to be officially released in the fourth quarter of this year. So what do the mentioned Sony A9 III rumors say? The new camera will still use a 24MP sensor, 30fps burst, a new menu, equipped with a tiltable angle screen. Sony A9 III will have 4K video shooting at 60 frames per second and expected to cost $4,999.
At the same time, there is very little information about the A7R V, but it is expected that the new device should be released in the fourth quarter of this year. Latest Sony Rumors indicates that the Sony A7R V will have 60MP sensor, new menu and flippy screen, 8K video at 30fps. The price would be around $3,999.
This is all for now for the Sony a9 III and Sony a7R V rumors. See also upcoming Sony Cameras of 2022.
That1Cameraguy has released a video of Sony Camera predictions for 2022. Expectations for 2022. Sony rumors are mostly the A5, A9III, and A7RV, and more in response to Tony Northrup, who recently released a similar video.
While we are not entirely sure about the Sony A5, we also think that the Sony A9 III and A7R V may be announced in 2022. On the other hand, if the Sony A5 is going to be a full-frame mirrorless camera under $1000, it would be fine. Here are the Sony Camera Predictions 2022 (A5, A9III (specs), A7RV (specs)) from That1Cameraguy.
Here are the latest Sony Rumors surfaced for the Sony A9 III. The rumor mill suggests that the full frame mirrorless will have a new Exmor RS sensor that using the same ADCs as the ILCE-1. This will naturally reflect the continuous shooting speed of the upcoming Sony A9 III will match to Canon EOS R3 camera.
Rumored specifications of Sony A9 III
Redesigned 24.2-megapixel 35 mm full-frame stacked CMOS sensor
30fps continuous shooting with AF/AE tracking (Blackout-free shooting up to 30fps from fast sensor readout speed)
Next-generation BIONZ XR image processing engine
Anti-flicker mechanical and electronic shutter
Dual drive mechanical shutter for up to 1/400 sec. flash sync
Anti-distortion electronic shutter w/ flash sync up to 1/200 sec
5-axis in-body image stabilization for 5.5-step
4K movie recording. Full-pixel readout with no pixel binning
Picture Profiles including S-Cinetone, HLG, and S-Log 2 & 3
Improves operability when using the Remote Camera Tool NOTE: Please update the Remote Camera Tool to the latest version
Fixes an issue where the battery level indicator may not be displayed correctly when using a vertical grip
Improves the overall stability of the camera
The Sony A7 III is an excellent all-around full frame mirrorless camera with a 24MP sensor, 10 frames per second, 4K video and built-in image stabilization. It doesn’t matter what you’re doing; the camera is great for any scenario. $200 off on Sony a7 III body: $1,698 at Amazon, B&H, Adorama.
The Sony a9 II provides silent continuous shooting up to 20 fps at full 24.2MP resolution (RAW+JPEG) with up to 60 AF/AE tracking calculations per second without EVF or LCD blackout. Check stock availability at Amazon,B&H and Adorama