A new Sony A7000 seems ever more likely as another source has told Sony Alpha Rumors we will see a new high-end APS-C E-mount camera in 2015. There wasn’t any definite word on specs, but the camera will purportedly be step up from the current Sony A6000. Similarly an exact release date for this camera is still up in the air, however, the source claims the camera was practically finalized when they saw it.
A few months ago we heard the A7000 would be the end all, be all of Sony’s APS-C camera line equipped with a 1/8000 second shutter, weather sealing, and capable of 4K video. Essentially this will be a high-end compact mirrorless camera in every way the Sony A7 Mk II and Sony A7s are except with a smaller sensor. This could also mean that the new focusing improvements added to the a7 Mk II could come to this camera.
It was also rumored to come with a new 16-50mm f3.5-5.6 power-zoom lens. Supposedly this revised lens will be big step up in image quality from the current kit lens, which we’ve previously used much to our chagrin because of its softness and tendency to fringe at the mere sight of a high-contrast scene.