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Will the Sony a6700 6.2K get 30fps?

Will the Sony a6700 6.2K get 30fps?
Will the Sony a6700 6.2K get 30fps?

Thenewcamera noted that the Sony a6700 sensor does not have DRAM ( memory ), which, however, is understandable, since, according to numerous leaks, the upcoming camera will use the same sensor as the Sony FX30 camcorder, and it not multi-layered. In the meantime, only the multi-layer CMOS sensor uses a DRAM chip to increase processing speed.

The second part of the latest rumors concerns the form factor – it is reported that the Sony a6700 camera will be about 4 mm taller and 3 mm longer than the a6600, roughly corresponding to the size of the Sony A7C.

But the third news concerns optics – on July 12, a new 70-200 mm lens will be presented along with the camera.

Expected specifications of the Sony a6700:

  • 26.1MP APS-C BSI CMOS sensor
  • BIONZ XR processor with AI
  • AI real-time tracking autofocus system
  • UHD 4K up to 60p (no crop)
  • S-cineton
  • S-Log3, 4:2:2 10 bits, per card
  • 5-axis image stabilization
  • updated Quad-VGA OLED Tru-Finder EVF with 3.69 million dots

Thus, the same 26-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor is used in the Sony A6700 camera. The difference is that the sensors in Sony are with a Bayer filter, while the sensors in Fujifilm cameras are based on X-Trans technology.

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Fujifilm X-S20 – the main competitor of Sony α6700?

The recently introduced Fujifilm X-S20 has raised the competition bar to a new level with the ability to record 6K and 5.2K. At the same time, the a6700 is known to be limited to 4K 60p recording. So I’m curious if it can support 6.2K recording to compete with the Fuji X-S20?

Fuji has already added Sony’s most popular features to its camera, which include product demo and face tracking modes, a simplified content producer menu. Fujifilm also has an open mount and an advanced autofocus system. If Sony can’t reach the video resolution that the X-S20 already offers, it will be an image failure for Sony and it could lose some of its consumer base.

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