Two new leaked images spotted Sony's alleged 20.1-megapixel A3000 or ILC-3000 E-mount compact system device. It looks like an Alpha DSLR camera. Its launch is expected at £300 by tomorrow morning.
Sony is expected to launch its all new 20.1MP E-mount compact system camera within next 24-hours. Two more leaked photos of the alleged device have added some salt in A3000 or ILC-3000 rumors and speculations. The photos were posted on Dyxum.com by DukeofDutch that suggests an unknown Sony camera spotted in the wild.
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Pocket-lint reports that the man in these pictures looks similar to Sony Alpha Advocate Photographer, Gustav Kiburg. It points that these images are real. This E-mount camera looks more like an Alpha DSLR than a NEX.
Previously rumored specs of the device includes 20.1-megapixel APS-C sensor, min 100 to max 16000 ISO, 1.44 million dot EVF, 230K-dot LCD and 1080p video. It is also speculated that the compact camera will have no mirror but a metal mount and in-body stabilization support.
Sony A3000 or ILC-3000 E-mount compact camera is expected to launch in Europe on early tomorrow morning at a reasonable price of £300 ($450 approximately).