Sony’s New Concept Alpha Mirrorless Camera Is Coming

September 9th, 2020
Sony's New Concept Alpha Mirrorless Camera Is Coming

Sony’s going to announce a new concept Alpha mirrorless camera during a virtual event launching at 10:00 JST / 01:00 UTC on Tuesday, 15th September 2020.

Sony’s New Concept Alpha

Sony’s teasing a new concept Alpha that they will announce on September 15th at 10:00 JST / 01:00 UTC.

This is everything we know at the moment, but it’ll be an interesting live event to follow after the recent launch of the Sony a7S III which we already reviewed.

This Sony event will take place ten days before the Canon VISION event. However, the Canon event is focused on cinema cameras. Sony might also talk a bit about the recent announcement of the Sony FX6 and cinema line that’s coming by the end of this year, however usually their Alpha division is quite separate from their cinema camera line-up.

Of course, we’ll bring you all the information about this new concept Alpha, as soon as we are allowed to, so stay tuned to CineD!

What do you think this Sony’s new concept Alpha? What feature would you like to see on a Sony mirrorless camera? Don’t hesitate to let us know in the comments below!

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Chris Langley
Chris Langley
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September 10th, 2020

I use Sony cameras. I am a photographer. I really do not ever use video. I am also a pensioner living on a limited income. I am excited to keep taking advantage of newer models for their increasing ISO and sensor capabilities, but it seems I have to buy two cameras instead of one and quite frankly I cannot afford it. The prices of some of these new bodies represent a third of my annual pension income! Why it is that Sony are too dumb to realise that professional videographers tend to use video cameras and photographers do not want to buy a video set up they may never use with their camera blows my mind. There is a huge global population of impoverished seniors who want to keep up in photography but are quite simply not able to afford the multi-function technology and frankly do not need it. Sony, please will you make a still camera/no video version of these modern bodies? I’d be delighted to try one out!

João Augusto Quint de Souza
João Augusto Quint de Souza
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September 10th, 2020

That is just weird. Too close from the launch of a7SIII.

craig gomberg
craig gomberg
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September 10th, 2020

These are exciting times to be a filmmaker and like many others I am looking to upgrade my equipment. Hopefully the newest upcoming Canon or Sony cameras are going to encourage me to venture out and make that next purchase.

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