Yesterday we got the first image and specs of the upcoming Sony flagship APS-C E-mount camera (Sony A6100 / A7000), today we got some more info from the same source. Read the message below:
It has a new 24MP sensor with ISO range of 100-51,200.
15fps continuous shooting with AF.
30fps continuous shooting in “4K Mode”. This is similar to Panasonic 4K Photo Mode.
Still no touchscreen, but it has a new 2.8M dot OLED EVF. Rear monitor is 3″ 1.04M dot and is now fully articulating.
Mic input support.
It will have lots of exciting video features previously not seen on Sony APS-C cameras.
This camera will be placed above A6000 and target users that need both stills and video features. A6000 will continue to be sold as is.
It sounds really exciting! But they are just rumors. Let’s wait and see if the rumors are true and the source is sharing the correct specs.
According to the previous rumors, The new Sony A6000 series camera (named Sony A6100 or A7000), is delayed and this new Sony E-mount mirrorless camera is rumored to be released sometime in 2016 instead of late 2015.
Stay tuned for more info.
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