Is the NEX-5T the last NEX camera?

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Tom Caldwell
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Re: Is the NEX-5T the last NEX camera?
In reply to parallaxproblem, 11 months ago

Might a more rational explanation be that Sony inherited the A mount and manufactured the shorter flange focal  length E mount  basically for aps-c sensors?  That they are proposing a FF sensor short flange focal length camera with no current and few initially possible lenses that will mount natively and take advantage of the larger image circle?

This would naturally lead to camera branding gymnastics as they desperately try and rationalise the mish-mash of mount/sensor combinations.  I am sure that on the long run they would like to see the A mount dead and E mount the standard for FF capable short flange focal length lenses and lots of them.

Welcome to how Sony is going to figure this out, I am sure that they are on top of it.

Canon decided on the EF-M ... just to break the ice.

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