The DSLRs will use the current A7R sensor, as well as an improved 24MP APS-C one
Rumors about every large camera manufacturing company out there are quite wide spread all the time, and today it is time for Sony to be the subject of the latest ones. Two new Sony A-mount cameras are said to be ready for announcement in Q1 2014, according to SonyAlphaRumors.Trusted sources have revealed that Sony has a new full frame camera as well as a new APS-C model ready to be unveiled. The full frame digital SLR will use the current sensor found in Sony's A7 and A7R mirrorless cameras, while the APS-C will come with an improved 24Megapixel sensor.
Although not fully confirmed, the new models could also feature some innovative improvements like Z-shift sensors. The Z-shift technology allows the sensor to move on a plane up to 18mm within the body, making the camera compatible with any kind of lens on the market when using the right adapter.
Stay tuned, as we'll try to find out more information about the upcoming Sony A-mount cameras.