Sony's next-generation DSLR was supposed to hit the streets this month, but it looks like we might have to wait a bit longer — Sony Japan issued a press release saying the 24.3-megapixel Alpha A65 has been pushed from its original October 14th launch, and is now scheduled to hit Japan on November 11th. The delay, Sony says, is so that the company can conduct "a review of some production" on the $900 shooter. A Japanese delay doesn't necessarily mean the OLED-bearing A65 will be late arriving in the US as well, but Sony products often launch in Japan first, or at least simultaneously. We're guessing you'll need something else to shoot your photos this Halloween, but you'll probably be covered for the holidays.