Sony may soon release a new MFT sensor capable of 8K video recording. Sony will probably introduce a new Micro Four Thirds (MFT) sensor, with 8K resolution abilities, to be included in many cameras from brands like Nikon, Panasonic and Olympus. Canon EOS R5 and the newly-launched Sony Alpha 1 are the first few mainstream cameras to include such videos features. The shooting capabilities in the aforementioned cameras are well-liked among filmmakers and creative professionals. This becomes a point of thought for many camera makers to step up their game. Sony, a Japanese camera maker, will soon release a new image sensor capable of recording 8K resolution as per rumours.
The new Micro Four Thirds (MFT) sensor from Sony, with 8K resolution abilities, will be included in many camera bodies. The rumoured sensor has a megapixel count in excess of 30 million. It also appears that the upcoming Sony sensor will blow out the current 20.4-megapixel MFT-system cameras. Panasonic will probably equip its GH6 camera with the Sony's new sensor. Another company would be Olympus, also known as, OM Digital Solutions to use the sensor. Besides, a lot of Nikon cameras also tend to use Sony sensors including Nikon Z7 II, Nikon D850, Nikon D500 and others. We earlier reported in detail that Nikon Z7 mirrorless camera uses Sony sensor.