After the big A7/A7r announcement back in October, and the recently uncovered patent for a new full frame E-mount camera, Sony is rumored to unveil new APS-C and Full Frame cameras sometime around Q1 2014.
SonyAlphaRumors has found out from a trusted source that Sony will be launching these new cameras within the first three months of the year. The CP+ show in Japan, which takes place from February 13 to 16, might be the perfect opportunity for such an important announcement.
The A7R lab test results showed that Sony's full frame mirrorless camera is the best in its class for the moment, getting impressive results comparable with Nikon's D800 and D800E.
As for the recently patented E-mount model, we only know that it's very similar with the NEX-5 camera, but it will incorporate a 35mm full frame sensor.
Follow us in the next months to find out more information regarding these new full frame cameras from Sony.