Sony A7000 Rumored to Feature 43MP APS-C Sensor

According to the latest rumors, Sony A7000 camera may use a brand new 43MP APS-C sensor from Sony.

With the leaked Sony IMX671AQR sensor specs, we can predict that this level of features can only be for the long-awaited Sony A7000 and also for the possible Fujifilm X-H2 too.

As a side note, the Sony IMX671AQR sensor features 43MP resolution and is able to record 8K 12bit video too. The APS-C Sony IM671AQR 43MP BSI 8k sensor also has stacked DRAM and up to 16 bit depth for stills images. Check out the previously rumored Sony A7000 specs : 

  • 32MP Exmor RS APS CMOS with DRAM
  • New Ultra Fast LSI
  • Blackout-free Shooting
  • New BIONZ X
  • 925-point PDAF, 60fps AE/AF
  • 10fps/16Bit Mechanical Shutter
  • 20fps/14Bit Electronic Shutter
  • 30fps/12Bit AE-L/AF-C E.S.
  • Electronic Shutter Speeds up to 1/32000s
  • 4K/60p 10Bit Super35mm Video
  • 4K/24p 10Bit 2.4:1 WDR Movie
  • ISO 64-64000
  • 580g

Looks like Sony a7000 will be shaped like a mini-A9, stay tuned for more information. Read more  Sony Rumors here.

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