After photographs of the cameras were leaked back in April 2011, Sony has now officially announced its A35 translucent mirror camera to replace the A33 and the NEX-C3. The A35 has the same resolution as the A55 — 16.2 megapixels — and can shoot 1080/60 video and 7 frames per second for stills (though resolution is reduced to 8.4MP at this rate. ISO goes up to 25600, and there’s a large 3-inch touchscreen on the back. The A35 will be available in August for $600, or $700 if you want the standard 18-55mm kit lens included.
The NEX-C3 is supposedly the world’s smallest APS-C interchangeable lens camera. It packs the same 16.2 megapixel sensor found in the A35, and will be available in August for $600 with a 16mm lens or $650 with a 18-55mm lens.