Sony a6600, a6100 APS-C Cameras now official
Sony has launched its newest APS-C mirrorless cameras — the flagship a6600 and the entry-level a6100.
The Sony a6600 has a magnesium-alloy body and sports a 5-axis in-body image stabilization, a 24MP APS-C sensor, BIONZ X image processor, 425-point hybrid autofocus system, and 3-inch 921k-dot LCD touchscreen. It features an 11fps burst shooting with autofocus and auto-exposure along with the ability to record 4K 30fps videos in 35mm format.
There’s also Real-Time Eye autofocus when recording videos, 3.5mm mic, and headphone ports, and an improved Z battery.
For Sony a6100, it comes with the same sensor, image processor, and autofocus system. The difference here is that it has a 1.44M-dot electronic viewfinder which is smaller than the 2.36M that can be found in its more powerful sibling. It only has up to 51,200 ISO instead of 102,400, no Eye AF, no in-body image stabilization, and no headphone port.
Here are the prices of each camera:
- Sony a6600 – USD 1,398 (~PHP 73,227)
- Sony a6100 – USD 748 (~PHP 39,180)
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