Sony A3100 E-mount mirrorless camera with an APS-C sensor is rumored to be announcd this Spring as an A3000 replacement.
According to latest Sony Rumors, the Alpha-series will meet an entry-level E-mount mirrorless camera with a DSLR-like design in the near future. A new A3100 DSLR-styled APS-C sensored mirrorless shooter is said to replace the current A3000 model.
The rumor says that the Sony A3100 is currently being tested in Shanghai, China and announcement date could be sometime this Spring.
Sony A3100 DSLR-styled Mirrorless Camera To Be Announced This Spring
The competitively priced Sony A3000 offers a 20.1 megapixel APS-C sized Exmor CMOS sensor, a built-in 201,600-dot electronic viewfinder, an ergonomic hand-grip and weighs in at 411 grams including a battery.
The Sony A3000 entry-level E-mount camera has been announced in August 2013 and its launch price was $399.99. Now the low-end mirrorless shooter can be found around $300 at Amazon after several price drops.