Now let’s talk about the specification of the camera. Few weeks ago we got re-confirmation from Photographer Jeff Remas that the upcoming Sony flagship camera will have dual-card slots unlimited RAW burst. 
“Building on the heritage of Sony’s BRC lineup of cameras, the new flagship 4K resolution BRC-X1000 expands an already comprehensive family of Sony PTZ cameras,” said Terry Huber, Senior Marketing Manager for Remote Cameras. “The BRC-X1000 meets the demands of end-to-end 4K productions and is a smart choice for future proofing and preserving content as production requirements continue to change.”
These exciting new Sony cameras will appeal to the cost conscious customers who are looking for affordable full functioning point and shoot cameras with robust features and a smooth interface.
While "smaller and more aggressive" was the tactic with the NEX-5, the Sony NEX-3 takes a more conservative approach, taking on a size not much smaller than an Olympus E-P1. Both new Sony cameras evoke the memory of the Sony F505 through the F717, unusual looking cameras produced from 2000 to 2002, with a small grip and large, protruding lenses. Unlike the competition in this space, there's next to no camera body left of the lens, with all the body appearing either directly behind or to the right of the grip (as viewed from behind).