Sony: “We have no full frame A-mount cameras planned” and “if the customer needs more than 100-million pixels, we will create such kind of a product”

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Two interesting comments from Sony:

No full frame A-mount cameras planned

Sony UK commented on their Facebook and Twitter page that they currently have no plans for a full frame A-mount camera:

Sony has no plans for a full frame A-mount camera
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The Sony A77 II ($948) was the last A-mount camera (announced in May 2014). There have been rumors floating around for a new A99 II model, but I have not yet seen any reliable information that is worth reporting here.

Sony 100MP sensor

In a recent interview with AP, Kimio Maki from Sony made this comment on what would the acceptable megapixel limit be:

"It’s a very difficult question. We are the manufacturer and the demand should be decided by the customers. If the customer needs 100-million pixels, if the customer needs more than 100-million pixels, we will create such kind of a product. Right now we don’t get a strong demand from the customers for this."

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