Earlier today, an image popped up on the website Dyxum.com that appeared to be the first photo of Sony's upcoming ILC-3000 mirror-less camera. The camera was spotted in the hands of longtime Sony advocate Gustav Kiburg, but the camera actually looks more like an Alpha DSLR than a new NEX model. This leads us to believe that it could be the long rumored A-3000 E-Mount shooter.
The camera in the image above is said to feature a 20-megapixel APS-C sensor with an ISO sensitivity of 16,000 and full 1080p video capabilities. The rumors continue by saying that the camera will be priced at a very reasonable $450. The good thing is that we won't have to wait long to figure out which camera this actually is as Sony is expected to launch the device early tomorrow morning in Europe.