Mirrorlessrumors from others: NX200, Sony mirrorless, Ricoh and more

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Sony scheduled a press release for October the 12th.

Sony mirrorless product announcement on October 12 (SonyAlphaRumors)

Hoya-Pentax says they will not use the Samsung NX mount for their mirrorless system (Source: RiceHigh)

Nikon to enter mirrorless DSLR camera market  (Source: Nikonrumors)

New Ricoh GXR roadmap (Source: Mirrorlessrumors)

Sony NEX lens roadmap (Source: Mirrorlessrumors)

Two new Samsung NX cameras to be announced in March. (Source: X-rumors)

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  • Dummy00001

    That:

    > Hoya-Pentax says they will not use the Samsung NX mount for their mirrorless system (Source: RiceHigh)

    and what linked article says:

    > 4. They are now not in bed with Samsung anymore and they will not use/join the NX by no means.

    Are quite different things. Especially considering that:

    > 3. […] In the meantime, they will use low end entry level DSLRs like K-r and K-x to compete with those other mirrorlesses which are already in the marktet.

    They are simply stating that at the moment they do not have EVIL cameras.

  • Miroslav

    The sensor shape in that Ricoh GXR “expansion unit” ( in their roadmap )is more square, reminds of 4/3. Then again, some of their units are using APS-C sensors, so it is more likely for them to make a NEX mount unit.

    It will be quite hard for any manufacturer, however big, to come out with completely new mirrorless system, new mount and lenses, in 2011, because by then m4/3 and Sony NEX will be quite established and well rounded systems. Can Canon and Nikon afford to wait more?

  • MK

    wow i think im going to start a rumors site

    • MK

      minolta-rumors.com

  • Henrik

    <<>>

    Wow, they leave no stone unturned. Patent?

  • Henrik

    <<>>

    That’s a clever combo of technologies. Patent?

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