Sunday, September 11, 2011

Sony Alpha a950 rumours - all you need to know
Sony a950 release date, specs and more - It's been a long time since Sony released a full-frame camera. The A900 made its debut three years ago, and since then, the company has of course introduced the "SLT" translucent mirror technology.

Rumours of an a950 have been swirling around the internet for some time now, with Sony Alpha Rumours first reporting speculation in November 2010. At the time the site suggested that the a950 would be released after Nikon had announced its latest full-frame camera.

Sony Alpha a950 specs
Likely to be using the same sensor, which could contain as many as 36 million pixels, as the next Nikon full-frame, other speculative technical details include a top shutter speed of 1/12,000th of a second.

What's has the least clarity however, is whether or not the camera would use Sony's translucent mirror technology or not. If it did, the camera would be the first full-frame camera in the world to use an electronic viewfinder, and Sony is well known as a company that likes to push for technological firsts.

At the launch of the latest Sony cameras this August, it was revealed that the company is 'seriously considering' a pro-level SLT camera, but would need to listen to the demands of its customers first.

Sony Alpha a950 release date
With several key launches already this year, it seems a lot to expect another big launch before the end of the year. However, with rumours still circulating that Nikon could be about to unveil the D4, Sony would surely like to be keen to follow suit.

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