Sony unveils World’s fastest A6600 and A6100 mirrorless cameras

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.

Sony unveils World's fastest A6600 and A6100 mirrorless cameras
Sony A6600 Camera

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.

Sony unveils World's fastest A6600 and A6100 mirrorless cameras
Sony A6100 mirrorless camera

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.