Sony has been in the run for manufacturing good quality cameras and Sony cameras are known for its state of the art lenses. Back in November 2016, Sony updates its APS-C micro-camera. APS-C cameras are known for their performance and they work wonders for both nature and wildlife photography. APS-Cs are more suitable for mirror-less cameras. By updating their APS-C micro-cameras, Sony launched a new A6500 camera. However, after two years of the launch of the A6500, Sony discontinued the updates for the APS-C format cameras. In its place, Sony launched two full frame cameras, A7m3 and A7Rm3. These two cameras proved to be even better than their previous generation cameras. But they have not launched any updates for their new cameras and so everybody who owns these new generation cameras are looking forward to some new upgrades on new products to the APS-C format. After a hiatus of two years, Sony has finally decided to add some new updates to their last Sony A6700. A report was published in the new camera, that the parameters of the Sony A6700 have been exposed. A picture of the same camera has been circulating on the network and from those pictures, the parameters for the Sony A6700 can be guessed. The latest A6700 is supposed to have an IMX571 CMOS with effective pixels reaching 261,000. It can also take 12 consecutive shots per seconds making it ideal for wildlife photography. What’s more is that now it comes with more memory as it will have a dual SD card slot. Some other specifications are as follows: a 26.1MP sensor (IMX571, Fuji X-T3), shutter speed 30-1/6000s, high speed follow focus, anti-shake technology. It is also supposed to support fast charging and a 4K 60O, FullHD 180P, 4K 10bit video. Its body weight is supposed to be 460g and it will be 214x85x57 mm in size. The news may not be true and its authenticity needs to be verified because in appearance the Sony A6700 uses a full-frame series of SLR models but the picture actually shows a full-frame sensor.