It would seem that Sony may at long last be preparing to report an A7S III. Or then again, potentially an A9 II. Nokishita posted up a rundown of camera models and their respective inner code numbers for an entire bundle of various camera makers. In among them was “WW942051”, which doesn’t coordinate to any current known Sony mirrorless camera.
As indicated by Sony Alpha Rumors, their sources have affirmed this new model, WW942015, will be a full-outline camera. Another “Enormous ONE” camera, and it will have indistinguishable WiFi capacities from the as of late reported Sony A7R IV. Past that, nothing else has been discharged.
The first report for this model number went ahead August first. At the time, SAR suspected it may be for an A7S III, A9 II or, their preferred choice – despite the fact that they concede unadulterated hypothesis – was a hypothetical A6700. Yet, with the A6100 and A6600 now reported, another APS-C body appeared to be improbable, even without SAR’s sources currently affirming that it will be full-outline.
The Sony A9 is Sony’s leader mirrorless body for games and activity. It’s a fabulous bit of unit, in spite of the fact that individuals haven’t generally been yelling out for a successor all that uproariously. With new firmware updates coming decently consistently, A9 proprietors appear to be very content with what they have.
The A7S line, then again, has been asking for a trade to the A7S II for quite a while. This is the one that the vast majority will likely trust that Sony at last declares.
On the off chance that reports are to be accepted, however, we’ll discover soon enough.