The two upcoming Sony Alpha cameras, the A77 and NEX-7, are quickly becoming Sony’s worst kept secret. We’ve already looked into the specs of the A77 translucent mirror camera (DSLT); just to refresh, the camera is to feature a 24-megapixel sensor, new BIONZ image processing engine, the world’s first XGA OLED electronic viewfinder (EVF) and awesome video capabilities. A German website, D-SLT.de has now brought us a slew of new high-resolution images of the A77 for your viewing pleasure.
Today we’ve also got some detailed specs of Sony’s compact mirrorless high-end shooter, the NEX-7, courtesy of Photo Rumors. The camera is said to have the same 24-megapixel Exmor sensor and XGA OLED viewfinder as the A77, together with a 3-inch 921,000 dots TruBlack LCD touchscreen display, and offer a 100-16000 ISO range. The NEX-7 should do 1920×1080 60p/60i/24p AVCHD video recording. Everything will be wrapped up beautifully into a magnesium alloy body. Photo Rumors have also got their hands on a host of new pictures showing the NEX-7 in its EVF and dual mode-dial glory
Both cameras are said to be available in November this year. Pictures and links after the break.