Sony blew us all away with the A7 MkII and its 5-axis stabilization built right into the body. Not only did Sony have a killer full frame camera, but they instantly gave their users stabilization no matter what their lens choice was, be it vintage or some other manufacturer.

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According to the latest rumors, that great technology could be coming to Sony’s next high end APS-C body as well. The name of the camera is not known, but according to the source, it will be above the very popular Sony A6000, leading to speculation it could be the A7000.

Regardless, I think that this is pretty-much a no brainer for Sony. As I mentioned above, it instantly gives users of that camera stabilization no matter where they are or what their lens choice is, and that is a powerful feature to have access to.

As for specs or anything like that, there is nothing at this point. But if the rumor is correct, this new camera would be available by mid-2015. So announcements could come at any time over the next couple of months. Stay tuned!

What are your thoughts on this 5-axis technology that Sony could start putting in everything? Do you agree with me that it is a no brainer, or do you prefer lens stabilization? Leave a comment below!

[via Sony Alpha Rumors]