If you’ve been planning on picking up one of those nifty Micro Four Thirds cameras from Olympus and Panasonic, you might want to just read this first before committing your cash.
Sony have been showcasing a new concept Alpha DSLR compact camera at PMA this week, complete with switchable lenses and professional quality image taking.
As it’s still in the concept stages, Sony have been a little cagey on revealing precise details on the camera for the time being.
As well as the “DSLR picture quality” and interchangeable lenses, Sony did however reveal that the camera would be capable of recording HD video and would house an Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor when it is released at some point later this year.
No news yet on pricing or an exact release schedule, but it’ll give you something to think about the next time you’re looking at one of those PEN E-PL1’s.
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