Vielleicht sollte man sich in diesem Zusammenhang immer wieder das ug. Interview vor Augen führen, das Matthias hier http://www.mi-fo.de/forum/index.ph...st&p=170129 gepostet hatte.
(direkter link: http://www.quesabesde.com/noticias/Sony-Al...ndreo,1_en_2528 )
Das Interview ist vom Juni 2006.
ZITATWhile the rumours about this reflex were unravelling, Sony was talking about CMOS sensors that could shoot 60 frames per second, about high resolution shots from video sequences… Perhaps the Alpha DSLR-A100 could turn out to be disappointing to those who had high hopes.
At the moment, at least for a year, this will be the only model. But it's clear that in the forseeable future what we do with the market in 1 year to 18 months time, we have to begin to think about the professional user who, at the moment, will remain a little distanced from this model which is aimed at the larger market and in no way at the professional, not even for features or speed. The reason we have tackled this segment is as we have said: it's better to create a new platform of users, of an advanced level, and from there tackle the top. Meaning, the opposite to Olympus who began with the E-1 and started from the top. It was already too late for us to do it.
Does this mean that at Photokina there won't be a second digital reflex from Sony?
No, there will be nothing new as for reflex cameras.
Nevertheless, some of the lenses presented, including Carl Zeiss, appear to be aimed at a more professional camera.
These lenses were made thinking of the future. Because of this there are lenses that now appear to be a little disproportionate, with prices around 3.000 euros or more in the case of the G series. It's certain that for this area it's too much, comparitively, but we are thinking about future areas.
Are we talking about the PMA fair coming next year?
We still don't know when it will be, but for sure in 2007.
Is the full-frame sensor one of the possibilities being played with?
At the moment we have nothing confirmed. I know that there are various routes and the theme is being studied a lot, regarding through which part of the professional sector we will approach. No route will be disgarded as Sony is one of the leaders regarding the production of sensors. As regards to the future evolution of these sensors, it's clear that firstly we can launch something revolutionary, at prices that although not for the wider market, will neither be considered a luxury.[/quote]
Beste Grüße und gute Wünsche für 2007!