Anonymous rumors suggest that Sony New 60MP FF BSI Hybrid CMOS Sensor will be used in Nikon upcoming high-resolution Mirrorless and DSLR camera. The IMX 455 is a Hybrid Sensor can carries phase detect AF points inside it, so for sure this sensor will be used in Nikon upcoming Mirrorless camera [possibly Nikon Z8]. Now a altered version of the same sensor [without phase detect AF pixels inside it] can be used in Nikon D850 successor, the upcoming Nikon D860 / D900 DSLR.
Canon profit again going down. Btw, they have predicted / projected the loss earlier, but the actual data of net sales are bit more lower compared to the predicated data . In Canon Imagine sector you can clearly see the loss, the loss they are facing not new. We are covering up these details back from 2014. Each year Canon camera division is more shrinking compared to the previous year. Every year the DSLR sales graph going down compared to previous year.
Nikon has just announced that new firmware for the Z6 and Z7 will be released on May 16th. This new firmware will include Eye-Detection AF.
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Sony Russia manager said in an interview that the Sony A7S III does carry some serious improvements, but the current technologies are not ready for this camera, by saying this they are explaining the reason behind the delay of Sony A7S III camera. BTW, good news Sony managers confirmed the development of Sony A6500 camera successor. Let’s have a look at the details of interview
According to latest rumors surfaced over the web, Sony will be announcing the Sony A9 II camera this September. Keep in mind that Canon and Nikon is also rumored to announce flagship DSLR (Canon rep. confirmed High-end FF) camera Just prior to Olympics 2020. To flush-out Canikon announcement Sony is also expected to introduce flagship fullframe Mirrorless camera with class leading features and affordable price tag than of flasghip fullframe DSLRs.