Now that Nikon is done making their big reveals when it comes to new cameras, it’s time for the other manufacturers to do their thing. Word is that Canon is setting up to reveal an exciting new camera on April 15 at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB). The event is still over a month away, but here’s to hoping we get a glimpse of what’s in store through leaks that might be dropped prior to the launch.
Another player in the industry gearing up for a new camera announcement is Sony.
Sony is expected to unveil the new Sony a57 SLT camera sometime this week. This new shooter is the latest shooter in the series, which will be replacing the already discontinued Sony a55.
Here are some basic specs for the a57:
- 16.1MP CMOS sensor
- ISO range: 100-16000
- 1920×1080 HD video at 60p/24p/60i
- 12 fps
- 15 points AF system with 3 cross sensors
- 3 in. 921k dot tiltable LCD screen
- 1440k dot EVF
- New portrait mode + HDR, sweep panaroma modes
- Price for body only: around $700