Sony A6000 mirrorless camera is the successor of NEX-7 and NEX-6. Sony A6000 is rumored to be the mirrorless camera to replace both the NEX-6 and NEX-7. The announcement of the upcoming A6000 camera is on Wednesday February 12 just before the CP+ 2014 show.
The new Sony A6000 E-mount APS-C mirrorless camera will be a flagship model and the only camera from Sony, expected to be announced at Camera & Photo Imaging show in Tokyo this year.
Sony A6000 Mirrorless Camera is the Successor of NEX-7 and NEX-6
Sony A6000 APS-C E-mount mirrorless camera design will look like the current NEX-6 camera while it will feature a 24.3-megapixel image sensor, similar to the current NEX-7 model. So we can say the A6000 will borrow the design from NEX-6 and features from NEX-7.
Sony A6000 Rumored Specs
Sony A6000 will also feature faster autofocus system, improved image processor, improved Image Quality and EVF. The new 24.3MP sensor has phase detection pixel for improvement focusing on moving object. Sony A6000 also rumored to feature on-sensor SteadyShot image stabilization technology. This means non-OSS lenses now can be used with the upcoming NEX-7 successor camera.
Sony A6000 Price
The new Sony A6000 mirrorless camera most likely coming without the “NEX” branding. The upcoming Sony mirrorless camera will be priced at €800 in Europe and around $950 in US.