To catch up with the Canon M6 Mark II launch, Sony has revealed two new mirrorless cameras with APS-C sensors named A6600 and A6100. These two flagship camera comes with new features and better than its successor – 2016’s A6500.
Talking about the A6600, it features 24.2-megapixel APS-C Exmor CMOS image sensor, 5-axis in-body image stabilization, improved autofocus and more. With the super-fast AF, it can find and track the subject in less than 0.02 seconds.
Like the A6400, the new A6600 has Real-time AF and Eye AF tracking too. The camera can shoot 4K/30p videos and it can shoot at up to 11fps on burst shooting mode with autofocus and auto-exposure.
In addition, the Sony A6600 camera has a 180-degree tiltable touch screen and a 3.5mm headphone jack. It is claimed that the new A6600 camera has the better Z battery pack that can last twice as long as its successor A6500.
Like the A6600, the new Sony A6100 comes with 24MP APS-C Sensor, 425-point hybrid autofocus and BIONZ X image sensor. The A6100 offers fast AF and Real-time Eye AF tracking. It has a 3-inch flip-up touchscreen LCD display and sadly no headphone jack.
Alongside, Sony released two new E-mount lenses for APS-C cameras. The E 16-55mm (F.28) will be available from October and it will cost $1,400. The E 70-355mm (f/4.5-6.3) will cost $1,000.
Talking about the pricing, the Sony A6100 camera price at $750 and the bundle pack with 50mm E-mount lens cost around $1,000. The A6600 camera body comes with a price tag of $1,400 and a bundle pack with 13-135mm E-mount lens cost $1,800 in the US. Both the cameras will be available for sale from November.