Sony α700 removed also from US website

After Sony UK, Sony's own email and B&H now also Sony US has removed the α700 from their website:

The replacement, probably called α750, is expected to be released before or at PMA (February 21-23, 2010). The initial rumors were for a CES announcement (together with the  α450). The Sony α750 is not expected to have video recording capabilities.

The other interesting part in the above picture is that the new Sony α450 will not be available for sale in the US (not listed on Sony's US website).

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  • NikoDoby

    This camera is the “equivalent” to the Nikon D300/S right? I forget.

    • WoutK89

      Yes, small body flagship DX sized camera.

  • Vincent

    If I am not mistaken, the A700 and D300 share the same sensor. Of course, their implementation is different.

  • JLPG

    Sony employees use canon cameras and lenses. tells you how good sony cameras are.

    • dyna

      Snort. It’s because a number of Sony employees are ex-Canon having quit Canon and taken their gear with them. They’ll have plenty to tell you about how Sony’s optics are, on the whole, superior and, further, they’ll tell you why Canon’s own DSLR development team don’t own any lenses outside of the 135 f/2, the 17-40 f/4 L and the 70-200 f/4 L IS… outside of a couple other primes (with caveats galore, they’ll tell you). But not one of them owns any 2.8 glass (they’ll borrow from the pool if they have to) as they have little faith in the 2.8 series’ abilities wide open.

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