Leaked images of Sony’s A55 and A33 DSLRs are flowing through the Internet along with some suspected specifications. Rumors about the launch of the pair of cameras had been reported earlier.
The ‘lesser’ version of the two DSLRs, which is the A33, has a 14 megapixel sensor and an ISO range of 100 – 12800. It has the ability to shoot 1080i HD video and has 15 auto-focus points, some of which are cross-point. It comes equipped with dual memory slots, but it is not known what type of card would go in. The camera also supports burst shooting at 7FPS.
The A55 comes with a 16MP sensor and has an ISO range similar to A33. It also provides support for 1080i video. It too has 15 auto-focus points (some of which cross-point) and a pair of memory slots. The A55 is slightly more appealing with its built-in GPS and you can also take advantage of its 10FPS burst shooting. Both A55 and A33 are using the Pellix mirror system, which should mean both cameras have quicker auto-focus times. There’s no word on the pricing yet, and the launch date is expected to be announced at Photokina next month.